Wed. Apr 24th, 2019

The Ibex 35 rises 0.23% in the opening

El Ibex 35 abre al alza en una jornada marcada de nuevo por el Brexit

The Ibex
35 has started the session this Wednesday with a rise of 0.23%, which has led the selective to be at 9,429.5 integers at 9.01 am, on a day marked by the meeting of the European Central Bank (BCE) and by the Summit
European about him Brexit

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In particular, the 27 leaders of the European Union (EU) will demand again this Wednesday the British prime minister, Theresa
may, a credible plan in exchange for delaying the Brexit to avoid a chaotic divorce, although they will impose a greater extension than the British want and subject to conditions so that London do not block the functioning of the EU while it remains a member state.

Thus, the selective Madrid woke up staying above the psychological level of the entire 9,400, in a day in which the minutes of the Federal Reserve will also be known (Fed), a day after the International Monetary Fund (
) publish its forecasts on the Spanish and world economy.

After closing Wall
Street with a fall of 0.72% and the index Nikkei 0.53%, the main European stock exchanges started the session with increases of 0.2% for Frankfurt, of 0.1% for Paris and with flat behavior for London.


The ECB meeting will also be held and the minutes of the US Fed will be known

In the first bars of the session, Aena led the gains, with a rise of 1.4%, followed by Viscofan (+ 1%), Repsol (+ 0.5%), BBVA (+ 0.5%), Sabadell (+ 0.5%), Acciona (+ 0.4%) and Santander (+ 0.4%), while on the opposite side they were placed Siemens
Gamesa (-0.8%), ArcelorMittal (-0.7%), Grifols (-0.4%) e Indra (-0.2%).

On the other hand, the price of a barrel of quality oil Brent, reference for the Old Continent, was at a price of 70.75 dollars, while the Texas It was placed at 64.22 dollars. Finally, the price of the euro in front of dollar it was placed in 1,1267 'greenbacks', while the Spanish risk premium stood at 108 basis points, with the interest charged on the 10-year bond at 1%.

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