The Spanish stock exchange maintains losses of 0.61 percent after the opening

The Spanish stock exchange maintains losses of 0.61 percent after the opening

The Spanish stock exchange maintains the negative tone of the opening, and in the first steps of the session leaves 0.61%, waiting for more news about the "Brexit".

At 9.15 am, the main national indicator, the IBEX 35, leaves 55 points, that 0.61%, to 8,858.60 points, so that the accumulated earnings in these first days of 2019 are reduced to 3.71 %.

The Spanish stock market today opts for the losses and deletes part of the profits that it harvested yesterday, in spite of the rejection of the British Parliament to the agreement of the "brexit".

However, the great uncertainty generated about the future of the United Kingdom, despite the fact that the Prime Minister, Theresa May, has managed to overcome a motion of censure, has ended up affecting the European markets, which today started the day with losses generalized

Paris falls 0.69% at the opening; and Milan, 0.57%.

In Asia, the main exchanges have also opted for the negative tone; Tokyo has dropped 0.20%, and Shanghai 0.12%.

Experts have explained that the market has accused the fear of a worsening of trade tensions between the US and China, with information that the US Department of Justice seeks to bring charges against the Chinese technological giant Huawei for alleged theft of secrets. commercial.

Despite the publication of this information, China has confirmed the second round of trade negotiations with the US, to be held on January 30 and 31.

Regarding the raw materials market, the price of Brent crude, the benchmark in Europe, falls to 61.11 dollars today, and this, in a day in which OPEC will update its supply and demand forecasts, and analyze the Market situation.

Back in the Spanish market, the large IBEX 35 values ​​register mixed results, since Inditex rises 0.52% and becomes the most bullish company, while Telefónica gains a slight 0.01%.

Santander, on the other hand, falls 0.88%; BBVA, 0.86%; Repsol, 0.44%; and Iberdrola, 0.29%.

After Inditex, the second highest value on the IBEX 35 is REC, 0.26%; and Acciona, 0.10%.

On the loss side, Mediaset stands out, leaving 3.42%.

In the continuous market, Atresmedia becomes the "red lantern" with a fall of 5.52%, while Coemac is the value that rises the most, the 8.15%.

At today's opening, the euro drops to $ 1,1388.


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