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Video: Economy / Stock Market.  IBEX 35 closes with a gain of 1.18% and approaches 9000 points

Video: Economy / Stock Market. IBEX 35 closes with a gain of 1.18% and approaches 9000 points

07-27-2021 One of the facilities of the Madrid Stock Exchange Palace with IBEX plates, on July 27, 2021, in Madrid, (Spain). The Ibex 35 index traded at 8,700.9 points at midday, with a drop of 0.85% and most of its values ​​are negative. The day is again marked with results presentation, including Endesa and Enagás, and the US Federal Reserve (Fed) meeting, which begins this Tuesday and the results of which will be known tomorrow. Economy Marta Fernandez Yarra – Europe Press

Madrid, 18 (European TV)

The main index of the Spanish stock exchange, Ibex 35, closed the session this Wednesday with a gain of 1.18% and approached 9,000 points, rising after two consecutive closes in the red.

Specifically, the Spanish selective added 104.5 points, which is equivalent to a rise of 1.18%, which stands at 8,970 points. The rest of the major European parks closed with a mixed signal: while Milan rose 0.5% and Frankfurt 0.28%; Paris fell 0.73 percent and London 0.16 percent.

At the close of the market on the Old Continent, American indices were trading slightly lower: the Nasdaq was down 0.15%, while the Dow Jones and S&P 500 were down 0.14% each.

Coming back to Ibex 35, Solaria was the top gainer, up 6.01%, followed by Banco Sabadell and Siemens Gamesa that posted 2.84% and 2.82%, respectively. Conversely, Viscofan fell 0.5% and Amadeus fell 0.35%.

Codere, for its part, was the top gainer in the entire Spanish market, registering a rise of 15.71% due to its merger with SPAC, followed by Clínica Baviera with 13.68%, while Dia y Renta ended the session. With losses of 4.29% and 3.85%, respectively.

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A barrel of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) oil, the benchmark for the United States, was trading at $66.33 at 5.30pm, while Brent crude, the benchmark for Europe, was trading at $69.14, an increase of 0.16%.

Finally, the euro against the dollar settled at 1.1703 “US dollars”, while the Spanish risk premium was around 69 basis points, with the 10-year bond interest at 0.216%.

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