The Ibex falls 0.59% in the half session and is close to 9,300 points again

MADRID, 7 Ago.

The Ibex falls 0.59% in the half session and is close to 9,300 points again


The Ibex 35 fell 0.59% towards the mid-session, so that at 12:00 noon it stood at 9,313.5 points, again approaching the support of 9,300 that it had almost touched in the session on Thursday.

This Monday it has been known that the industrial production of Germany registered a decline of 1.5% in June compared to the previous month, when it fell 0.1%, while with respect to the sixth month of 2022 it experienced a drop of 1. 7%, as reported by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis).

Investors thus remain awaiting the inflation data that will be released throughout the week in three of the main European economies, Germany, France, Spain, looking for clues as to where the monetary policy of the European Central Bank could go ( ECB).

In this way, towards the middle of the session the main bullish value was Fluidra (1.17%), ahead of Banco Sabadell (0.79%), CaixaBank (0.77%), Amadeus (0.60%) and Indra. ( 0.37%).

On the other hand, Solaria was positioned as the Ibex 35 value with the worst performance, falling 1.94%, ahead of Acciona (-1.67%), Acciona Energías Renovables (-1.37%), Endesa (- 1.35%), Cellnex (-1.24%) and Naturgy (-1.21%).

The rest of the main European stock indices were also trading in 'red' towards the mid-session. The German DAX fell 0.36%; the French CAC 40, 0.19%; the Italian FTSE MIB, 0.40% and the British FTSE 100, 0.48%.

In the raw materials market, towards the mid European stock market session, a barrel of Brent was trading at 85.48 dollars, 0.85% less; while the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) stood at $82.09, 0.88% less.

For its part, the yield on the Spanish bond with a 10-year maturity stood at 3.654%, ahead of the 3.592% observed at Friday's close. In this way, the risk premium of Spanish bonds compared to their German counterparts traded with an increase of four tenths, up to 103.4 basis points.

In the foreign exchange market, towards the European mid-session, the euro depreciated 0.35% against the dollar, standing at a market exchange rate of 1.0958 dollars for each unit of the European currency.