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Ibex 35 holds 8,700 points in half the session, down 0.78%

Ibex 35 holds 8,700 points in half the session, down 0.78%

MADRID, Oct. 1 (Europe Press Television) –

The Ibex 35 index eased its decline to 0.78% and regained 8,700 points in the middle of the session, with attention to the new macroeconomic references and after the financing agreement reached in the United States was temporarily closed.

The Spanish eclectic traded at 8727.5 pips in the half session of the first day of October, with most of its values ​​in “red”.

The largest declines were by Arcelormittal (-4.26%), BBVA (-3.13%), Siemens Gamesa (-2.82%), CaixaBank (-2.2%), Sabadell (-2.15%), Santander (-1.93%) and Bankinter. (-1.78%).

Conversely, Cellnex (+1.24%), Endesa (+15%), Solaria (+1.1%), IAG (+0.87%), Iberdrola (+0.76) remained positive%), Almirall (+0.73%) and Meliá (+ 0.47%) Merlin (+ 0.32%) Colonial (+ 0.24%) Mabfer (+ 0.05%).

On Friday, it was published that the eurozone inflation rate reached 3.4% in September, compared to 3% recorded in August, which represents the largest price increase in the region since September 2008.

The main European markets were also trading with a decline in the middle of the session, by 0.88% in London, 0.77% in Paris, 0.76% in Frankfurt and 0.85% in Milan.

For its part, the price of a barrel of Brent qualitative oil, the reference to the old continent, traded at $77.90, after declining by 0.56%, while Texas stood at $74.44, a decrease of approximately 0.8%.

Finally, the euro rose against the dollar and was trading at 1.1582 “dollars”, while the Spanish risk premium was about 66 basis points, with the required interest on the 10-year bonds reduced to 0.410%.

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