The Ibex starts the week losing 0.18%, up to 10,077 points

MADRID, 15 Ene.

The Ibex starts the week losing 0.18%, up to 10,077 points


The Ibex 35 closed the first session of this week with a fall of 0.18%, reaching 10,076.9 points, after being on the verge of 10,100 integers on Friday, in a day in which Grifols has had some calm and closed almost flat.

In the macroeconomic field, this Monday it was learned that industrial production in the eurozone recorded a fall of 0.3% last November compared to the previous month, when it had fallen 0.7%, extending the sequence to three months. negative, while compared to the same month in 2022 the decrease was 6.8%.

In the case of Spain, industrial production rose by 1.1% monthly in November, after falling seven tenths in October, while compared to the same month in 2022 it also rose by 1.1%, after the interannual fall from 1.6% the previous month.

Likewise, it has been published that the trade balance of the eurozone in November registered a positive balance of 20.3 billion euros, which almost doubled the market forecast.

Outside of Spain, the Eurogroup met this Wednesday, while tomorrow the Economic and Financial Affairs Council (Ecofin) will take place, with Carlos Corpus making his debut as minister in both meetings.

In addition, this week the World Economic Forum will be held, which will take place in the Swiss town of Davos from this Monday to next Friday, and in its 54th edition will have a large presence of the Ibex 35, in addition to the intervention at the event of the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, as well as the until recently First Vice President and Minister of Economy, Nadia Calviño, who will debut at the conclave her recent appointment as President of the European Investment Bank (EIB).

In this context, Rovi has risen 1.89% on the Stock Market, followed by Telefónica (1.43%), Acerinox (1.17%), Repsol (0.99%), Bankinter (0.99%), Indra (0.66%) and IAG (0.65%).

Grifols, which in the first minutes of the session exceeded 9.6 euros per share, finally closed the session at 8.896 euros per share, just 0.25% more than on Friday.

Among the stocks that have fallen the most this Monday are Acciona (-2.26%), Acciona Energía (-2.20%), Santander (-1.09%), Fluidra (-0.99%), Amadeus (- -0.81%) and Cellnex (-0.70%).

The 'red' start of the week has been common in the rest of the main European stock markets: Paris has fallen 0.72%; Frankfurt, 0.49%; Milan, 0.47%; and London, 0.57%.

In the raw materials market, a barrel of Brent fell 0.13%, to $78.19, while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) stood at $72.72, 0.22% less.

In the bond market, the yield on the Spanish bond with a 10-year maturity stood at 3.152%, compared to 3.092% on Friday. In this way, the risk premium against German debt has risen by one point, to 91.8 basis points.

In the foreign exchange market, the euro remained stable against the dollar, trading at an exchange rate of 1.0947 'greenbacks' for each unit of the community currency.