The Ibex 35 advances by 0.15% in session, despite tensions between the United States and China

MADRID, 2 years ago. (EUROPA PRESS) –

The Ibex 35 managed to turn around in Tuesday’s session and closed with a slight lead of 0.15%, which led it to touch the whole 8,100, in a day marked by tensions between China and the United States.

Specifically, Madrid’s selection closed at a whole 8,096.9, despite the fact that Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi ultimately decided to land in Taiwan, ignoring threats from the Chinese government. , who has insisted in recent days that he will take “strong” action in case US policy shifts onto Taiwanese soil.

Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan remained off his public Asia-Pacific itinerary until the last moment, fueling uncertainty and alerting the Chinese and Taiwanese armies, which increased their combat readiness throughout. travel.

The Asian giant sees Taiwan as a rebel province, despite the island declaring its independence and enjoying support from the United States and the European Union.

In Spain, we know that the number of unemployed registered in the offices of the public employment services (formerly INEM) increased by 3,230 people in July, ie 0.1% more than in June, even if remains less than 2.9 million unemployed, in the 2,883,812 unemployed.

For its part, Social Security lost 7,366 affiliates in July, with a drop of 0.04% compared to the data recorded the previous month, the worst data of the last decade, according to figures presented on Tuesday by the Ministry of Health. ‘Inclusion, Social Security and Migrations.

Similarly, Siemens Gamesa released its accounts for the first nine months of its fiscal year, when its losses soared to 1,226 million euros. This figure more than triples the “red figures” of 368 million euros that the group recorded a year ago.

In this context, the strongest increases were recorded by Banco Sabadell (+4.09%), CaixaBank (+3.66%), Acciona (+2.61%), Sacyr (+1.75%), ACS (+1.32%), value which was today trader “ex-dividend”, BBVA (+1.15%), Acciona Energy (+1.07%) and Telefónica (+1.06%).

For its part, Fluidra was the ‘red beacon’ of the course, with a drop of 4.79%, followed by Grifols (-2.71%), Amadeus (-2.07%), Acerinox (-2.07 %), Indra (-1.48%), ArcelorMittal (-1.46%), PharmaMar (-1.45%), Inditex (-0.96%) and IAG (-0.82%).

The rest of the European stock markets, on the other hand, closed down: 0.06% in London, 0.42% in Paris, 0.23% in Frankfurt and 0.35% in Milan.

On the other hand, the price of a barrel of Brent-grade oil, a benchmark for the Old Continent, stood at 100.7 dollars, up 0.79%, while Texas stood at 94.5 dollars, after revaluation of 0.65%. .

Finally, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1.0202 “greenback”, while the risk premium stood at 108 basis points and the yield of the Spanish 10-year bond at 1.931%.

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