March 4, 2021

Ibex yields 0.24% and loses 9,200 points – La Provincia

TheIBEX 35started the session this Tuesday with a0.24% drop, which has led the selective to be placed in the 9,193.1 integers at 9.01 hours, on a day marked again by the presentation of business results, includingEnagás and Siemens Gamesa.

Thus, the selective Madrid began the session below the psychological level of 9,200 points, in a week marked by the meeting of theUnited States Federal Reserve (Fed)and the publication of the data of the CPI, unemployment and GDP of the eurozone on Wednesday, to which the US employment report will be added this Friday.

In the first stages of the session, Siemens Gamesa led the falls with a decrease of more than 6% after presenting its accounts with anet profit of 88 millionIn the first nine months of your fiscal year 2019, which is almost double the profits of the same period of the previous year.

In the third quarter (April to June), the wind turbine manufacturer's profits amounted to 21 million euros, with a 53% drop due to the positive impact of last year's tax revenues.

Behind were placedAcciona (-1.3%), Bankia (-0.8%), IAG (-0.8%) BBVA (-0.5%), Santander (-0.4%)and Amadeus (-0.4%), while on the opposite side were Ence (+ 1.2%), ArcelorMittal (+ 0.7%), ACS (+ 0.5%), Cellnex Telecom (+0 , 4%), Meliá Hotels International (+ 0.3%) and Aena (+ 0.3%).

The rest of European stock markets opened with 0.2% falls in the case of Frankfurt, while Paris rose 0.1% and London 0.5%.

On the other hand, the price ofBrent quality oil barrel, reference for the Old Continent, was priced at $ 64, while Texas was placed at $ 57.

Finally, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1,1133 'green notes', while the Spanish risk premium stood at 76 basis points, with the interest required of the ten-year bond at 0.3% .

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