The Ibex 35 rises 0.6% in the mid-session and reaches 9,500 points after the eurozone CPI falls

MADRID, 29 Sep.

The Ibex 35 rises 0.6% in the mid-session and reaches 9,500 points after the eurozone CPI falls

MADRID, 29 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The Ibex 35 registered an increase of 0.6% in the mid-session and approached 9,500 points, reaching specifically 9,483.4 integers, after learning that inflation in the eurozone in September fell more than expected, to the 4.3% in the interannual rate, the same as the underlying rate, which has moderated to 4.5%.

The selective started the session with profits although with some volatility that, however, seems to dissipate after the inflationary data from the eurozone and the unemployment rate in Germany, which has remained unchanged in September at 5.7%, the expected by analysts, while retail sales in the German country have fallen by 2.3% in August in an interannual rate.

Investors will also be attentive this Friday to the intervention of the president of the European Central Bank (ECB), Christine Lagarde, in Paris, as well as the PCE inflation data for August in the United States that will be known this afternoon, one of the main indicators of the Federal Reserve (Fed) when evaluating its monetary policy.

In the middle section of the negotiation, the biggest increase within the Ibex 35 was recorded by Cellnex (4.1%) after announcing that it had reached an agreement with the American investment firm Stonepeak for the sale of a 49% stake in its Swedish and Danish subsidiaries for an amount of 730 million euros.

On the promotion side, Solaria (4.05%), Grifols (2.96%) and Fluidra (2.49%) also stood out, while on the opposite side the most prominent 'red lanterns' were Inditex (-0 .67%), Repsol (-0.57%), Telefónica (-0.47%), Ferrovial (-0.2%) and Banco Santander (-0.1%).

The main European stock markets opted for increases in the mid-session: London added 0.84%; Paris 0.85%; Frankfurt 0.86% and Milan 0.89%.

At the same time, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, increased by 0.66%, to 96 dollars, while Texas stood at 92.18 dollars, 0.5 % further.

In the currency market, the price of the euro appreciated 0.45% against the dollar, to 1.0614 'greenbacks', while the interest on the long-term Spanish bond subtracted nine basis points and moved away from the 4% - unprecedented closing in a decade - in which it ended yesterday to provisionally quote at 3.927%.

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