MADRID, 13 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 has closed this Monday with a rise of 1.02% compared to the close of Friday, for which it has stood at 9,210.3 points, before a week full of macroeconomic references, mainly, the inflation data from the United States Joined.
The CPI for January in the American country will be released tomorrow, as well as the GDP data for the euro area corresponding to the fourth quarter of 2022. On Wednesday, the confirmed inflation data for January in Spain will be published, as well as other references in the United States, such as the evolution of the retail sales and industrial production.
Today the focus has been on the Eurogroup meeting in Brussels, where the euro zone finance and economy ministers are trying to pave the way towards a common position on the reform of fiscal rules, a decision that must be taken Twenty-seven level.
In addition, the European Commission has released its winter forecasts in which it estimates growth of 1.4% for the Spanish economy in 2023, four tenths above the 1% predicted by the autumn forecast, while the forecast for Growth picks up to 2% by 2024.
Likewise, it reduces the forecast for Spanish inflation to 4.4% for the current year, four tenths below the decrease that Brussels predicted in November for 2023, while the figure maintains a reduction forecast of 2.3% for 2024 .
Regarding the selective of the Spanish stock markets and markets, Mapfre has led the day with an increase of 4.44%, ahead of Logista (2.65%), Unicaja Banco (2.47%) and Aena (2.25 %).
On the other hand, only five stocks out of the 35 of the Ibex have observed a negative evolution: Grifols (-1.87%), Solaria (-1.15%), Telefónica (-0.59%), Repsol (-0, 33%) and Rovi (-0.30%).
Regarding the rest of the major European markets, the German Dax has closed the session with a rise of 0.58%, while the French CAC 40 has experienced an increase of 1.11% and the Italian FTSE MIB has recorded a rebound of 0.63% In this way, the Euro Stoxx 50 has advanced 1.03%, while the British FTSE 100 has rebounded 0.76%.
Regarding raw materials, Brent per barrel fell 0.27% to $86.16, while West Texas Intermediate fell 0.28% to $79.48.
In the debt market, the yield in the secondary markets of the Spanish bond with a maturity of 10 years has closed at 3.307%, in line with the 3.313% observed at the close of Friday. For its part, the risk premium for investors in Spanish debt compared to Germany stood at 93.8 basis points, almost one point less than before the weekend.
In the foreign exchange market, the euro has appreciated by 0.39% against the dollar, for which reason it has recovered the level of 1.07 dollars for each euro that it had lost last week.