The Ibex 35 opens almost flat and stands at 9,282 points

MADRID, 13 Abr.

The Ibex 35 opens almost flat and stands at 9,282 points


The Ibex 35 has started the session this Thursday practically flat, with a rise of barely 0.04%, to 9,282 points, in a day in which investors will have multiple sources to pay attention to.

In Spain, the Treasury will auction government bonds and obligations and will reopen the so-called 'green bond' to attract between 5,750 million and 7,250 million euros, and Ferrovial will hold a 'historic' meeting: the one that will decide on its transfer to the Netherlands. Duro Felguera will also hold a shareholders' meeting to approve the capital increase agreed with the Mexican investors Grupo Prodi and Mota-Engil México.

In the United States, in addition to starting the season for business results, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank will continue with their spring meeting in Washington, while in Europe the CPI for Germany and industrial production in the area will be known. euro, among other indicators.

At the moment, the British GDP has already been known. The UK economy, the second largest in Europe, exceeded its pre-pandemic level of activity last February, despite the slowdown in GDP growth in the second month of the year, the Office for National Statistics (ONS ).

Today the monthly report from OPEC and the unemployment data from the OECD, which are also published this Thursday, will also be on the investors' radar.

Within the Ibex 35, the biggest increases in the opening were recorded by Acerinox (0.70%), IAG (0.67%), Colonial and Fluidra (0.60% in both cases) and Cellnex, which revalued by 0 .56%

Among the values ​​that have dawned negative are Endesa (-0.86%), ArcelorMittal and Repsol (-0.3% in both cases), Iberdrola (-0.2%) and CaixaBank (-0.1%).

The main European stock markets opened this Thursday with a mixed sign: Frankfurt woke up flat, Paris rose almost 0.8%, Milan advanced a timid 0.1%, and London lost 0.1%.

At the opening of the stock market, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, fell 0.29%, to 87.08 dollars, while Texas stood at 83.12 dollars, a 0.17% less.

In the currency market, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1.0983 'green tickets', while in the debt market, the interest required on the 10-year bond fell to 3.375%.