MADRID, 2 May. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 index of the Madrid Stock Exchange has started the session this Tuesday, the first of the week after yesterday's holiday, with minimal decreases, which decreased as the first minutes of trading elapsed on a day in which, In addition to the repercussions of the banking crisis in the United States and the publication of results, investors will be awaiting inflation data from the Eurozone.
In this way, after registering a fall of 0.11% after the start of the day that took the Madrid selective up to 9,230.60 points, the price of the Ibex 35 wiped away the lost ground and turned around with an advance of 0.09%, up to 9,249.70 points.
In the early stages of trading this Tuesday in the Plaza de la Lealtad, the most bearish values of the Ibex 35 were those of Repsol, with a drop of 1.24%, as well as those of Telefónica, with a drop of 0. 97%, and the titles of Colonial, which fell 0.69%.
On the contrary, the shares with the most bullish behavior after the opening of the session were those of IAG, with a rise of 0.81%, as well as those of Rovi, which registered a rise of 0.80%.
Among the representatives of the banking sector in the Ibex 35, Santander's titles recorded a minimum increase of 0.02%, while Caixabank rose 0.54% and BBVA 0.57%. For its part, Bankinter gained 0.34% and Sabadell 0.55%, while Unicaja Banco lost 0.11%.
The rest of the main stock markets of the Old Continent bet on the rises, after a few hesitant first minutes. In this way, the Ftse 100 in London rose 0.31% and the Parisian Cac 40 registered a rise of 0.08%, while the Frankfurt Dax gained 0.52%.