The Ibex rises 0.45% in the mid-session and exceeds 9,500 points

MADRID, 14 Nov.

The Ibex rises 0.45% in the mid-session and exceeds 9,500 points


The Ibex 35 registered an increase of 0.45% towards the mid-session, so that at 12:00 it exceeded the level of 9,500 points and stood at 9,504.5 integers, in a day in which the inflation of Spain.

Specifically, the consumer price index (CPI) increased by 0.3% in October compared to the previous month and kept its interannual rate unchanged at 3.5%, due to the fact that the rise in electricity and gas prices was was offset by lower fuel prices and a less intense rise in food prices compared to that experienced a year earlier, as reported by the INE.

On the other hand, Eurostat has confirmed that the gross domestic product (GDP) of the euro zone registered a contraction of 0.1% in the third quarter compared to the previous three months, when it expanded by 0.2%, according to the second reading of the data published this Tuesday, while the European Union as a whole stagnated for the second consecutive quarter.

Likewise, the community statistical office has reported that, despite the contraction of GDP in the third quarter, employment accelerated its growth in the euro zone and in the EU as a whole, extending in both cases the positive sequence to ten quarters. in a row.

In the case of the eurozone, occupancy increased by 0.3% in the third quarter, after an increase of one tenth in the previous quarter, while among the Twenty-seven it rose by 0.2%, after 0.1% in the previous quarter. previous quarter.

Investors are thus attentive to the inflation data that will be published in a few hours, which could give clues about the monetary policy that the Fed decides to establish for the end of 2023.

In this context, Sacyr was the main bullish value (2.74%), ahead of Grifols (2.36%), Indra (1.53%), BBVA (1.35%) and Rovi (1.26% ).

On the other hand, only six stocks from the Spanish stock exchanges and markets were trading negative in the mid-session: Acciona Energías Renovables (-0.97%), Mapfre (-0.69%), Unicaja Banco (-0.69 %), Telefónica (-0.51%), Repsol (-0.29%) and Iberdrola (-0.05%).

Regarding the rest of the main European indices, London fell 0.37%; while Paris advanced 0.06%; Frankfurt 0.33%; and Milan, 0.36%.

In the raw materials market, a barrel of Brent rose 0.16% in the average European trading session, up to $82.64, while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) stood at $78.44, a 0. .23% more.

Continuing with the rest of the markets, the Spanish bond with a maturity of 10 years registered a yield of 3.764%, compared to the 3.767% observed at the close of Monday. In this way, the risk premium against German bonds was 105.5 basis points, just one tenth more than at Monday's close.

Regarding currencies, the euro appreciated 0.20% against the dollar and stood at an exchange rate of 1.0719 'greenbacks' for each unit of the community currency.