TheIBEX 35started the session this Thursday with a0.89% drop, which has led the selective to be in the entire 9,461.70 at 9.01 hours, on a day marked by the collapse of the stock exchanges in Asia for fear of the advance of the new Chinese coronavirus and its impact on the economy.
Thus, the Nikkei index has closed the session with a 1.72% decline, while the Hang Seng has plummeted 2.81%.China stock exchanges remain closedthis week for the holiday of the new lunar year.
Thus,the selective Madrid started the session in redand was below the psychological level of the 9,500 integers, after the Federal Reserve (Fed) of the United States, in addition to maintaining interest rates, has indicated that it is “monitoring” the impact of the outbreak of coronavirus emerged in Wuhan (China) in the economy.
Specifically, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell has explained thatthe viral outbreak “is a very serious matter”. Although he has admitted that he is still in an “early phase” he has warned that “possibly” interrupt the activity of the Chinese economy and that of the world.
Attentive to England
Apart from China and the presentation of business results, including Sabadell, Unicaja and Liberbank, investors will be attentive to the meeting of the Bank of England and itsinterest rate decision, while also knowing the GDP of the United States and the unemployment of the Eurozone.
In the early stages of this Thursday’s session,practically all values were listed in negative, led by ArcelorMittal (-3.98%), Amadeus (-2%), Ence (-1.98%), IAG (-1.63%), Repsol (-1.41%), Sabadell (-1 , 35%), Bankia (-1.14%), Meliá Hotels International (-1.13%), Indra (-1.11%) and Santander (-1%).
Also, theBrent quality oil barrel price, a reference for the Old Continent, was trading down and was at $ 58, while Texas was at $ 52.
The rest of European bagsthey have opened in line with the selective Madrid, with falls greater than 1% for Frankfurt and Paris, while London left 0.8%.
Likewise,the Spanish risk premiumIt stood at 68 basis points, with the interest required to the ten-year bond at 0.2%, while the price of the euro against the dollar was placed at 1.1016 ‘green notes’.