The Ibex rebounds 0.44% this Wednesday and looks again at 9,300 points

MADRID, 12 Abr.

The Ibex rebounds 0.44% this Wednesday and looks again at 9,300 points


The Ibex 35 has registered a rebound of 0.44% this Wednesday, for which it has stood at 9,278.7 points, after having registered a negative decrease in the last hour of negotiation that has led the selective to lose the level of the 9,300 points that he had maintained for a good part of the day.

The great macroeconomic reference of the day was the US consumer price index (CPI), which closed March at 5%, so it has slowed down one percentage point since the previous month.

The markets are now attentive to the publication of the minutes of the last meeting of the Federal Reserve (Fed) of the United States in which rates were raised by another 25 basis points amid the financial turmoil that caused the bankruptcy of several banks. American midmarkets, including Silicon Valley Bank (SVB).

The main index of the Spanish stock markets and markets has been led this Wednesday by ACS, which has advanced 1.87%, ahead of BBVA (1.79%), Banco Santander (1.71%), Colonial (1, 39%), CaixaBank (1.36%), Grifols (1.31%) and Ferrovial (1.23%).

On the other hand, Unicaja Banco has led the falls due to the ex-dividend effect, they fell by 4.48%. It was followed by IAG (-4.12%), Repsol (-1.88%), Rovi (-1.50%) and Banco Sabadell (-1.42%).

Compared to the rest of the European markets, the German DAX has advanced by 0.31%, while the French CAC 40 has done so by 0.09% and the Italian FTSE MIB, by 0.44%. Thus, the Euro Stoxx 50 appreciated by 0.02%, while the British FTSE 100 appreciated by 0.50%.

The barrel of Brent stood at $86.88 at the end of the trading session, up 1.48%, while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) advanced 1.50% to $82.75.

The yield of the Spanish bond with a maturity of 10 years in the secondary debt markets has risen this Wednesday to 3.410%, after closing at 3.359% on Tuesday. Thus, the risk premium against German bonds has fallen by eight tenths, to 104 basis points.

The euro appreciated 0.69% against the dollar at the end of the trading day, reaching 1.0988 dollars for each euro, its highest level since the beginning of February.