Madrid parquet lost 0.14% in the half session this Tuesday with the Ibex 35 located at the 9,251 points, near the coveted barrier of the entire 9,300, after setting the date of investiture of the President of the Government the next 22 and 23 of this month of July.
With the commercial truce between the United States and China already digested by the market, the selective moderated the falls at mid session on Tuesday, with Ence leading the losses (-5.79%), followed by Acerinox (-3.38%), Arcelor Mittal (-2.35%) and Bankia (-2.06%).
Among the promotions, the most significant were listed by Enagás (+ 1.58%), Aena (+ 1%), Naturgy (+ 0.78%) and Siemens (+ 0.78%) at 12.00.
The main European places also remained close to equilibrium, with London being the most revalued (+ 0.49%); while Paris (-0.17%) and Frankfurt (-0.09%) struggled to leave the negative terrain.
In the debt market, the Spanish risk premium fell to 67.5 basis points, with interest at minimums of 0.32%, while in the currency market the euro gained ground to the dollar and was exchanged to 1, 1306 'green tickets'.