The IBEX 35 has closed the session on Tuesday with an advance of 0.23%, which has led the selective to be placed in the entire 9,365.5, a day marked again by the uncertainty generated by the Brexit.
Specifically, the British Parliament yesterday rejected the four proposals that brought the United Kingdom to a "soft" Brexit or the repetition of the referendum, so the political blockade remains in force.
Meanwhile, the Executive continues to defend the Agreement of Withdrawal agreed with Brussels and rejected on three occasions by Parliament. In fact, the Minister of Brexit, Stephen Barclay, has offered an exit that passes to approve an agreement, the Agreement of Withdrawal, this same week so that Brexit becomes a reality on April 12.
Clinging to the 9,300
In this scenario, the main Spanish index, with a rise of 0.23%, continues clinging to the psychological level of the 9,300 points that it consolidated yesterday for the first time in two weeks. In the next sessions we will also know the data of the CPI and unemployment of the eurozone and that will conclude with the employment report of the United States.
In Spain, investors have known on Tuesday unemployment data and Social Security affiliates for March, while the Public Treasury, has placed a total of 4,510.46 million euros in a new auction of letters to six and twelve months, within the expected average range, and has done so by charging investors even more.
Despite offering more negative rates, the markets remain interested in Spanish public debt securities, since the joint demand for six and twelve month bills has widely exceeded 10,700 million euros, more than twice the amount finally awarded.
Earnings and loses
On the earnings side, Técnicas Reunidas stood out, which rose 2.65%, followed by Acciona (+ 2.21%), Cellnex (+ 1.88%), Grifols (+ 1.71%) and Mapfre. (+ 1.16%), while the negative terrain has been played, above all, by banking.
CaixaBank fell 1.85% and Bankia 1.55%. These values were followed by Banco Sabadell (-0.82%), Amadeus (-0.72%), Bankinter (-0.54%), Telefónica (-0.34%), Endesa (-0.22%) , Mediaset (-0.17%) and Siemens Gamesa (-0.1%).
The main European stock markets have concluded the day with advances of 1.02% in the case of London, 0.61% for Frankfurt and 0.33% for Paris.
On the other hand, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, reference for the Old Continent, stood at 69.35 dollars, while Texas was placed at 62.37 dollars.
Finally, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1,1185 'greenbacks', while the Spanish risk premium stood at 117 basis points, with the interest charged on the 10-year bond at 1.1%. .