The IBEX 35, today's session begins with a rise of 0.46% that leads to 8,766 points. The IBEX yesterday left 0.91%, dragged by the falls registered in the European markets, with the banks again in negative and the tension between Italy and Brussels in increase, just as Wall Street, that reflected worse business results of expected and calls from the Fed to continue raising interest rates.
The euro rises slightly today in the trading of the currency market and shifts to 1.1462 dollars, compared to the 1.1458 yesterday, while the barrel of Brent crude for delivery in December opened today on the rise in the market of London futures and traded at 76.75 dollars, 0.40% more than at the close of the previous day.
As for the major European markets, Milan was up 0.58%; Paris, 0.52%; London, 0.46% and Frankfurt, 0.33%.
On today's agenda, the market will remain attentive to Italy, and also to the appearance of the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, in the British Parliament, the same day she has been cited by the 1922 Committee, which brings together the deputies conservatives, among rumors of a challenge to his leadership for the management of "brexit"
Meanwhile, in Riyadh, the main economic forum of Saudi Arabia continues for the second day its sessions in the shadow of the boycott by the case of the murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and with the foresight to sign more millionaire agreements.
The Turkish authorities are currently trying to close the last fringes of the investigation of the murder of the Saudi opposition journalist Jamal Khashoggi, including the search for his corpse.
Also, listed companies begin to present their results for the third quarter, including Ford or Deutsche Bank, while the US Federal Reserve (Fed) publishes its "beige book", a document that collects information on economic activity recent throughout the country.
Pending the decision of the Supreme Court on who must pay the Tax on Stamp Duty in the signing of a mortgage, scheduled for November 5, the listed banks fell back today, led by BBVA, with a cut of 0 , 81%, followed by Caixabank (-0.81%); Bankia (-0.70%); Bankinter (-0.67%); Sabadell (-0.56%) and Santander (-0.51%).
Within the IBEX, CIE Automotive and Inmobiliaria Colonial carried out the highest increases, with 3.63% and 2.41%, respectively, while on the side of the losses, Repsol and Bankinter stood out, leaving behind 1.61 % and 0.64%.
As for the large securities of the selective, in addition to the large bank and Repsol, already mentioned, Inditex rose 0.80% and Iberdrola rose 0.76% despite announcing a cut of 13.5% in its quarterly profit, while Telefónica recovered 0.68%.
In the open market, the biggest gains were at this time for Adveo and Coemac, which advanced by 6.49% and 6.08% respectively, while Nicolás Correa and Nyesa led the losses, which were 5.66% and 4.13%. EFE