The Ibex starts the week with a rise of almost 1% and is halfway to 9,500 points

MADRID, 13 Nov.

The Ibex starts the week with a rise of almost 1% and is halfway to 9,500 points


The Ibex 35 closed this Monday's session at 9,461.70 points, which represents an increase of 0.96% compared to Friday's close and a rebound of more than 90 points.

Today's day, however, represents a transition for tomorrow, when the CPI data in the United States will be known, one of the indicators that the Federal Reserve (Fed) uses to guide decisions regarding its monetary policy.

In addition, the markets will also focus this week on the economic forecasts, GDP, inflation and employment data of the European Union, as well as the final inflationary data in October of its main economies, at the same time that confidence will be known. Consumer Report (ZEW) for November in Germany.

In Spain, investors are also attentive to the progress in the negotiations for the investiture of the general secretary of the PSOE, Pedro Sánchez. The president of Congress, Francina Armengol, has already called the investiture debate for November 15 and 16, prior to the vote to invest Sánchez as president of the Government.

In this context, Banco Sabadell was the main bullish value, with an increase of 4.43%, ahead of Bankinter (2.99%), Solaria (1.90%), Mapfre (1.86%), Caixabank ( 1.84%), Cellnex (1.81%) and Unicaja (1.59%).

On the opposite side, only six stocks closed Monday's session negative: Acciona (-0.86%), Naturgy (-0.38%), Merlin (-0.36%), Redeia (-0.24% ), Rovi (-0.20%) and Fluidra (-0.17%).

The good stock market performance has been common in the main European countries. The London stock market has increased by 0.89%; that of Paris, 0.60%; that of Frankfurt, 0.73%; and that of Milan, 1.48%.

At the close of the European trading session, a barrel of Brent was trading at $82.51, up 1.33%, while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) was at $78.20, up 1.32%. further.

The yield on the Spanish bond maturing in 10 years closed this Monday's session at 3.767%, compared to the 3.773% recorded at the close of Friday. In this way, the risk premium against German debt has stood at 105.4 basis points, two tenths less.

In the foreign exchange market, the euro appreciated 0.12% against the dollar, reaching an exchange rate in the markets of 1.0699 'greenbacks' for each euro.