The Ibex 35 opens with a decrease of 0.2%, below 9,500 points, waiting for the Fed

MADRID, 19 Sep.

The Ibex 35 opens with a decrease of 0.2%, below 9,500 points, waiting for the Fed


The Ibex 35 began this Tuesday's session with a decrease of 0.21%, which has taken the index to 9,461.88 points, in a week that will continue to be key for the markets due to the meetings of several central banks.

After the rate increase decided by the European Central Bank (ECB) last Thursday, this week it is the turn of the United States Federal Reserve (Fed) on Wednesday and the Bank of England and the Swiss National Bank on Thursday, as well like the Bank of Japan on Friday.

In the macroeconomic field, investors will be attentive this Tuesday to the publication of the final reading of the August CPI for the eurozone and the EU.

In the early stages of this Tuesday's session, the biggest increases within the Ibex 35 were recorded by Solaria (0.87%), Acciona (0.51%), Repsol (0.32%) and Indra (0.25 %).

On the other hand, the largest decreases were recorded by Fluidra (-2.7%), Inditex (-0.69%), Cellnex Telecom (-0.47%) and Naturgy (-0.11%).

On the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the shares of the real estate developer Evergrande fell more than 6.5% at the opening of the European markets, reaching 0.58 Hong Kong dollars (0.069 euros), after learning that the group has assured that the arrest of several employees carried out by the Chinese Police "will not affect the operations" of the company.

According to a statement sent by the real estate developer to the Hong Kong selective, those detained are "certain executives" of its subsidiary Evergrande Financial Wealth, 100% owned by the group.

The main European stock markets also opened this Tuesday with a negative sign: 0.27% for Milan, 0.2% for Frankfurt, 0.06% for Paris and 0.04% for London.

At the opening of the stock market, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, rose 0.47%, to 94.87 dollars, while Texas stood at 91.19 dollars, a 0.67% more.

In the foreign exchange market, the price of the euro against the dollar advanced to 1.0678 'greenbacks', while in the debt market the interest required on the 10-year Spanish bond climbed to 3.776%.