MADRID, 29 Ago. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 has closed this Tuesday with a rise of 0.96% in its sixth consecutive day on the rise, which means matching the streak of promotions from the end of last June and the beginning of July, to stand at 9,581.2 integers, close to the annual maximum of just a month ago, when it traded above 9,600 points.
The Spanish selective has decidedly opted for promotions since the opening and, although it has lost some strength in the middle section of the negotiation, it has once again gained momentum together with its European counterparts motivated by the Wall Street indices, which registered advances of 0.6% for the Dow Jones, of 1% for the S
Within the macroeconomic agenda of the day, the publication of the GfK index stood out, which shows that the confidence of German consumers has registered a further deterioration for September, when the index stood at -25.5 points, compared to -24, 6 of the previous month, in such a way that it seems to indicate that consumption will not contribute to growth in the coming months and will be a drag on economic prospects.
In Spain, the National Institute of Statistics (INE) has reported that retail trade registered an advance in its sales of 7.7% in July in relation to the same month of 2022, a rate eight tenths higher than that of the previous month.
In the United States, consumer confidence (Conference Board) worsened in August after two months of rises, while the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), after the financial and stock market turmoil of the past March that led to the disappearance of entities such as Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), will force regional banks to issue debt in order to protect clients in the event of bankruptcy.
Thus, at the end of the session, the largest increases in the Ibex 35 were recorded by Acciona Energía (5.2%) after having informed the market that it will build a green hydrogen plant in Aruba; Solar Energy (3.89%); Drive (3.41%); Fluidra (2.48%); Mélia Hotels (2.42%) and Aena (2.15%). Only Grifols (-1.7%), Banco Santander (-0.3%), Laboratorios Rovi (-0.1%) and Ferrovial (-0.07%) have concluded negatively.
The rest of the European stock markets have also reaped notable advances: Paris has added 0.67%; Frankfurt 0.88%; Milan 1.21% and London 1.72%.
On the other hand, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for Europe, rose 0.32% at closing time in the Old Continent, up to 84.7 dollars, while Texas stood at 80, 4 dollars, 0.35% more.
In the currency market, the price of the euro appreciated 0.31% at the same time against the dollar, up to 1.0852 'greenbacks', while in the debt market the interest demanded on the Spanish bond at 10 years it closed at 3.52% after subtracting five basis points, with the risk premium (the differential with the German bond) at 101.4 points.