Invertia the Ibex falls another 0.5% paid to losses but saves the 8,700 points
The European stock markets chose the descents again at the start of the second week of the year.The indices failed in their initial attempt and slide downward for fourth consecutive session.The IBEX 35 yielded 0.51% to 8,706 points, which despite everything managed to save the 8,700 integers that in some bars came to get lost.
A support that was held largely thanks to the contribution of two heavyweights of the Spanish index.First, from the advancement of 2.9% of Telefónica, which recovered 4 euros per share.Then, CaixaBank, which 2.4% above managed to close very close to 2.7 euros per title.
In any case, the investors opted to continue making the box with the end of the year rally that gave a consistent comeback in the last weeks of 2021. All this in a climate of tense calm as they remained pending the evolution of the pandemic and thePlans of the central banks in their withdrawal of stimuli, especially those of the US Federal Reserve (FED).
Back to the Ibex 35 basket, Grifols (+2.1%) was also placed above the two percentage points.Then, ACS (+1.9%) and Pharmamar (+1.2%) were the following of the revaluation table.
At the other end of the table, one of the most weighed values was Fluidra, which on Monday announced the start -up of a new refinancing plan to achieve a more comfortable financial position.Cellnex (-5.3%) and Siemens Gamesa (-3.2%) were the following on the bearish podium followed by Rovi (-3%) and Indra (-2.3%).
One of the most bassist values in the early hour managed to contain its losses up to 0.6% at the close.Iberdrola ended the 2 cents over 10 euros per share that came to lose half a stock market.
The result of the session was a scenario that condemned the Ibex 35 below the resistance of the 8,800 points.A height whose recovery would have meant insurance against new declines that marked their clearest objective in the surroundings of 8,591 points.An objective against which the conservation of the 8,700 integers managed to interpose.
For the secondary market for sovereign debt, the Spanish Spanish bonus marked types of 0.64% the day in which the public treasure drew the basic lines of its financing strategy for this year.As indicated in the General State Budget (PGE), a net issuance of 75,000 million euros of debt was indicated next year.