Ibex 35 drops at launch but stays at 8,200 points

this IBEX 35 opens the session this Tuesday, down 0.25%causing the selector to be in 8,251.85 integers At 9:01 a.m. awaiting July inflation data in the US, which will be released this Wednesday after learning about the jobs report in the North American country.

Specifically, the US economy created a total of 528,000 new nonfarm jobs in July, double what market consensus expected, while the unemployment rate fell by a tenth to 3.5%.

So after closing 1.28% on Monday, the Madrid selector woke up in the red but stayed. Clinging to the psychological level of 8200 integers.

In the early stages of this Tuesday’s session, old autumnIt was rated by Solaria (-1.53%), IAG (-0.91%), Caixabank (-0.76%), Santander (-0.76%), Sabadell (-0.68%) and Inditex (-0.64%). The parties were Colonial (+0.96%), Amadeus (+0.36%), Cellnex Telecom (+0.29%) and Repsol (+0.21%).

this Rest of European stock markets open with dips 0.32% for Frankfurt and 0.1% for Paris and London.

Likewise, the barrel price of Brent quality oil, which is the reference for the Old Continent, decreased by 0.58% to $96, while Texas fell by 0.59% to $90. Finally, the euro’s price against the dollar was 1.0203 ‘dollars’, while the risk premium was 108 basis points and the yield on the Spanish 10-year bond was 1.963%.

Source: Informacion


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