MADRID, 6 Jun. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 has closed the session this Tuesday with a final upward impulse that has reversed the behavior of the selective, which has gone from remaining negative throughout the day to closing at 9,310.8 basic points, 0.23% more .
During the session, the new macroeconomic forecasts of the World Bank were released, which has revised its global growth forecast for 2023 upwards, although that of next year has worsened.
The world economy is "in a precarious situation", the international institution has warned, which now expects an expansion of world GDP of 2.1%, compared to the 1.7% predicted last January, while by 2024 It has cut its forecast by three tenths, to 2.4%, and anticipates a 3% rebound in activity in 2025.
In Spain, the Public Treasury has placed 4,964 million euros in six- and twelve-month bills, within the expected average range, and has done so by offering higher yields in both cases and above 3.3%. The improvement in the interest rates offered, in line with the latest increases in interest rates by the ECB, has maintained the investor appetite of the markets for Spanish securities, given that the joint demand for both references has almost doubled what was awarded, with requests of 9,315 million euros.
In this context, Grifols has positioned itself as the value that has rebounded the most this Tuesday (1.59%), ahead of Colonial (1.32%), Banco Sabadell (1.27%), Enagás (1.26% ), Redeia (1.15%) and Meliá (1.06%).
On the other hand, Telefónica has been the value that has fallen the most (-2.04%), followed by Solaria (-1.09%), Indra (-0.69%), Sacyr (-0.68%), Inditex (-0.66%) and ACS (-0.48%).
The rest of the main European markets also closed the session positive after having been negative for much of the day. Frankfurt has advanced 0.18%; Paris, 0.11%; Milan, 0.67%; and London, 0.37%.
On its side, a barrel of Brent was trading at 76.32 dollars at the close of the European stock market session, 0.48% less, while the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) stood at 71.88 dollars, 0. 37% less.
In the debt market, the yield on the Spanish bond with a maturity of 10 years has stood at 3.369% from the 3.376% registered at the close of Monday. In this way, the risk premium has risen by four tenths, up to 99.9 basis points.
In the foreign exchange market, the euro has depreciated by 0.17% against the dollar, reaching a market exchange rate of 1.0695 'green tickets' for each unit of the community currency.