MADRID, 8 May. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 has closed the session this Monday with a rise of 0.70%, for which it has reached 9,211.3 points, in a day still marked by the 'hangover' of the interest rate increases both in the US Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank (ECB) last week.
After the employment report in the US published last Friday, which showed a labor market that is still holding up, despite the financial turmoil and rate hikes, the next reference to guide investors will be inflation in the American country. The market consensus expects the headline rate to moderate to 5% and core inflation to stand at 5.5%.
Among today's references, the industrial production of Germany stands out, which registered a decline of 3.4% in March compared to the previous month, when it had rebounded 2.1%, while compared to the same month in 2022 it experienced a increase of 1.8%.
CaixaBank has been the leading value in the selective of the Spanish stock markets and markets, with an advance of 4.79% on this day. It was followed by Unicaja Banco (2.78%), Fluidra (2.10%), ArcelorMittal (2.03%), Bankinter (1.92%) and BBVA (1.56%).
On the other hand, Solaria fell by 2.95%, while Red Eléctrica fell by 0.96%, Cellnex by 0.92%, Enagás by 0.66% and Endesa by 0.64%.
Regarding the rest of the European markets, the German DAX index has fallen by 0.05%, while the French CAC 40 has advanced by 0.11% and the Italian FTSE MIB has rebounded by 0.28%. On its side, the Euro Stoxx 50 has progressed by 0.19%, while the British FTSE 100 has done so by 0.98%.
In the raw materials market, a barrel of Brent advanced 2.18% at the close of the trading session, up to 76.94 dollars, while the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) reached 73.12 dollars, a 2. 50% more.
The yield on the 10-year Spanish bond has stood at 3.404%, from 3.375% on Friday, so the risk premium has risen just one tenth, to 108.5 points.
The euro has remained stable against the dollar, although it is due to the fact that in the last hours it has fallen to around 1.019 dollars for each euro, after having reached 1.1053 'green tickets' during the early hours of Sunday at Monday.