TheIBEX 35It has beencollapsed 1.97%in the trading session this Thursday, with what has lost thelevel of 8,600 pointsand is at levels that did not play since August2016.
Specifically, it has been placed in8,596.5points after the decision of the Federal Reserve (Fed) of the United States yesterday ofraise interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point, up to an objective range between 2.25% and 2.5%.
The only value that has closed in 'green' has beenIAG, with a rebound of 0.92%. On the contrary, the biggest drop was forDay, which has been left another 9.9% to be exchanged at 0.36 euros, marking a new historical low in its price.
In the negative terrain they have also highlightedSiemens Gamesa(-6.62%),Inditex(-5.06%),Arcelormittal(-4.23%),Indra(-3.94%),Gathered techniques(-3.85%),Bankia(-3.83%),Meliá(-3.83%),Amadeus(-3.65%),Acciona(-2.93%),CaixaBank(-2.44%),ACS(-2.42%),Repsol(-2.38%) andSabadell(-2.34%).
The rest of the main European places have also recorded falls,1.42% in Frankfurt, of the1.78% in Parisand the0.79% in London.
After yesterday's meeting of the Fed and the European Central Bank (ECB) last week, investors will be attentive to the Bank of England on Thursday, with a view, on the other hand, in Italy after the budget agreement with Brussels.
Also, therisk premiumSpanish was located in115 basis points, with the interest required to the ten-year bond at 1.381%, while thequote of the euro against the dollarit was placed in 1,1417 'greenbacks'.
For its part, the barrel ofBrent oil, of reference for Europe, stood at 55.07 dollars, while the price of a barrel of quality oilTexas, of reference for the US, was placed at 46.24 dollars.