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The Ibex 35 maintains its momentum and closes at 10,258 points

Inditex moderates its fall at the close of the session to 1.

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The Ibex 35 maintains its momentum and closes at 10,258 points

Inditex moderates its fall at the close of the session to 1.38%, after opening with a decrease of 2.1%


The Ibex 35 has consolidated its year-end momentum in this Wednesday's session, climbing 0.19%, reaching 10,258.1 integers, which means remaining in the maximum zone since May 2018.

This Wednesday, a day in which there has been little movement in the Spanish stock market due to the Constitution Day holiday, some relevant macroeconomic data from the United States and the euro zone have been released.

According to data released today, the United States trade balance deficit reached 64.3 billion dollars (59.606 million euros) in October, a figure that represents an increase of 5.1% compared to the previous month.

In addition, it has been published that the United States private sector generated 103,000 jobs in November, according to the report published this Wednesday by the consulting firm ADP, which represents a slowdown compared to the 113,000 new jobs registered in the month of October.

At the European level, Eurostat has revealed that the volume of retail trade in the euro zone increased by 0.1% in October, while it rose by 0.3% in the European Union compared to September 2023.

Compared to the same month in 2022, the calendar-corrected retail sales index decreased by 1.2% in the euro area and 0.9% in the European Union.

However, Grifols has been the main bullish value of the Ibex (4.81%), ahead of IAG (3.57%), Meliá Hotels (2.22%), Cellnex Telecom (1.37%) and Colonial (1.59%)

For its part, among the Ibex 35 values ​​that have fallen the most this Tuesday, Banco Sabadell has led the table (-1.68%), followed by CaixaBank (1.66%), Enagás (-1.11%), Inditex (1.38%) and Solaria (-0.94%).

In the rest of the European stock markets, the evolution has been positive this Wednesday. London rose 0.34%, Paris rose 0.66%; Frankfurt, 0.78%; and Milan, 0.93%.

At the close of the European trading session, a barrel of Brent was trading at $74.45, while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) was at almost $70.

In the debt market, the yield on the Spanish bond maturing in 10 years has stood at 3.210%, from 3.254% on Tuesday. In this way, the risk premium against German debt has stood at 99.7 basis points.