MADRID, August 10 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Ibex 35 held the 8,300 integers midway through Wednesday’s session, despite trading practically flat, with small rises and falls, in anticipation of June inflation data for the United States to be released this Wednesday.
On the other hand, China’s annual inflation rate is already known, which stood at 2.7% in July, two-tenths higher than June’s price increase and the highest level in the last two years. In Germany, according to analysts at Renta 4, the CPI was 7.5% year-on-year, which is in line with expectations.
In this regard, the Ibex 35 was trading at 8,310.0 integers with ArcelorMittal being the bullish (+1.97%), followed by Solaria (+1.73%), Iberdrola (+0.98%), Indra ( +0.82%), Meliá (+0.79%), Amadeus (+0.75%), Aena (+0.74%) and Sacyr (+0.60%).
On the other hand, PharmaMar (-1.42%), Rovi (-1.15%), Grifols (-1.14%), Red Eléctrica (-1.08%), Cellnex (-0.99%) , Bankinter (-0.93%) and Fluidra (-0.76%).
The rest of the European equity markets were also practically unchanged, with London down 0.06% and Paris down 0.07%, while Frankfurt gained 0.17%. Only Milan gained 0.30% in the mid-session.
Likewise, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the old continent, stood at $95.53, down 0.81%, while Texas stood at $89.79, after rising by 0. 78% had fallen.
Finally, the euro traded at 1.0228 “greenbacks” against the dollar, while the risk premium reached 110 basis points and the yield on the 10-year Spanish bond was fixed at 1.993%.