The Ibex 35 has started this Wednesday's session with a0.22% rise, which led the selective to stand at 9,156.2 integers at 9.01 hours, on a day in which the market remains attentive to the impact of the new wave of tariffs announced by the president of the United States, Donald Trump, and the trade negotiations between the North American country and China.
In this context, the selective Madrid was above the psychological level of 9,100 points, after falling 0.2% yesterday weighed down by Trump's announcement to restore "with immediate effects" the tariffs on US steel imports and aluminum from Brazil and Argentina.
To this was added the subsequent announcement by the Trump Administration to impose 100% tariffs on French products such as champagne and cheese, among others,in response to the 'GAFA rate',the French 'Google rate' with which the country will require US technology companies to pay a tax for the income received in exchange for their digital services.
In a day without major macro-economic references, the market will wait until Thursday to know the data of the GDP of the eurozone and a day later the US employment report.
In the first bars of the session,most of the securities traded higher,led by Mediaset (+ 1.8%), Ferrovial (+ 1.3%), Cie Automotive (+ 0.7%), ACS (+ 0.6%), Colonial (+ 0.5%), Siemens Gamesa (+ 0.5%) and IAG (+ 0.4%), while on the opposite side were Red Eléctrica (-0.2%), Grifols (-0.1%) and Mapfre (-0.08 %).
On the other hand, the risk premium offered to investors for Spanish bonds with a ten-year maturity compared to their German counterparts stands at 77 basis points, with a return of 0.4%.
Herest of European bags opened with promotions0.2% in the case of Frankfurt and 0.1% for Paris, while London yielded 0.2%.
On the other hand, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, was priced at $ 61, while Texas was placed at $ 56. Finally, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1.1078 'green notes'.
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