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The Ibex 35 advances 0.3% in the mid-session and aims for 10,000 integers

MADRID, 6 Feb.

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The Ibex 35 advances 0.3% in the mid-session and aims for 10,000 integers


The Ibex 35 was trading in the mid-session with a rise of 0.34%, which took it to 9,975.2 points, in a day without major macroeconomic references, but in which the markets are processing results and transactions. business.

Specifically, Grifols informed at the closing of the Madrid selective that it will separate the management of the company's property, and that it will appoint Nacho Abia as CEO as of April 1.

For its part, Unicaja Banco announced this Tuesday that it closed the year 2023 with a net profit of 267 million euros, which is equivalent to a decrease of 4% compared to the profits obtained in the previous year.

The entity also announced that it intends to distribute a cash dividend of 132 million euros, while at the same time it will launch a program to repurchase its own shares for an amount of 100 million euros.

Under the Spanish macroeconomic umbrella, the Public Treasury has today placed 5,035.03 million euros in short-term debt, in the expected medium range, and has done so by offering higher returns for 6-month bills and 12-month bills. months, according to data published by the Bank of Spain.

In addition, the Council of Ministers is expected to approve the increase in the interprofessional minimum wage (SMI) for 2024 by 5%, from 1,080 euros per month for fourteen payments to 1,134 euros.

Investors will today be awaiting the publication by the European Central Bank (ECB) of consumer inflation expectations in December, according to Renta 4 analysts. The market will be awaiting whether or not the positive tone is maintained, after the "substantial moderation" of the previous data, when it stood at 3.2% for one year (compared to 4% in October) and 2.2% for three years (compared to 2.5% in October).

In this context, the biggest increase was carried out by Unicaja Banco, which rose 5.43%, followed by Acerinox (3.44%), CaixaBank (2.84%), Repsol (1.84%), BBVA (1. 72%), Santander (1.60%) and Grifols (1.59%). Behind were Solaria (-3.95%), Acciona Energía (-3.39%), Iberdrola (-1.72%), Naturgy (-1.63%), Redeia (-1.46%) and Acciona (-1.43%).

The European stock markets were also trading positively, with increases of 0.50% in London, 0.27% in Milan and 0.18% in Paris. Only Frankfurt fell 0.11%.

In the raw materials market, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, rose 0.18%, to 78.13 dollars, while Texas stood at 72.86 dollars, a 0.11% more.

In the foreign exchange market, the price of the euro against the dollar advanced to 1.0727 'greenbacks', while in the debt market the interest required on the 10-year Spanish bond climbed to 3.243% and the risk stood at 90 basis points.