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The Ibex 35 falls 1.56%, losing 8,200 points mid-session

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The Ibex 35 dropped the 8,200 point level midway through Wednesday’s session, which saw a 1.56% fall, following falls recorded on Wall Street and in a scenario dominated by inflation and the celebration of the NATO summit in Madrid.

United States President Joe Biden has underscored his administration’s commitment to defending European security, choosing to protect “every inch” of NATO.

At the macro level, Spain’s CPI for gasoline and food is known to have risen to 10.2% in June, the highest level since 1985.

On the other hand, retail sales recorded a 2.8% increase in sales in May compared to the same month of 2021, a rate five-tenths lower than the previous month, and recorded two consecutive months of positive annual rate increases after returning in April after after falling 5.5% in March and then recording their biggest drop in just over a year.

In this scenario, after noon, the Spanish index stood at 8,187.4 points with most of its values ​​“red”. It only endured with increases in the average session Bankinter (+1.39%), Sabadell (+0.69%), Inditex (+0.69%), CaixaBank (+0.44%) and Siemens Gamesa (+0 .03%).

On the contrary, according to El Confidential, Grifols shares fell by 12.64% in the face of a possible capital increase of almost 2,000 million euros with the aim of reducing the 6,500 million debt that has been ongoing since last year.

The declines of Fluidra (-6.65%), Endesa (-6.09%), Solaria (-5.66%), Colonial (-5.38%) and Red Eléctrica (-5.35%) also stood out out.

The rest of European equity markets were also trading negative mid-session, with declines of 0.54% in London, 1.16% in Paris, 1.63% in Frankfurt and 1.26% in Milan.

On the other hand, the price of a barrel of Brent oil, a reference for the old continent, stood at $118.19, up 0.18%, while Texas stood at $112.18 after it was up 0.38%. .

Finally, the euro was trading at 1.0519 “greenbacks” against the dollar, while the Spanish risk premium was at 107 basis points, with the interest required on the 10-year bond amounting to 2.683%.

Source europapress.es

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