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The Ibex 35 wakes up with an increase of 0.34% and clings to 11,200, waiting for the US CPI.

MADRID, 15 May.

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The Ibex 35 wakes up with an increase of 0.34% and clings to 11,200, waiting for the US CPI.

MADRID, 15 May. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The Ibex 35 started this Wednesday's session with a rise of 0.34%, which brought it to 11,277 points, on a day in which investors will be awaiting the publication of the United States CPI.

After closing yesterday with a rise of 0.78% and climbing to a new high not seen since August 2015 (11,239.3 points), the Madrid selective began the session with gains in a week also marked by the evolution of the public offering of hostile takeover (takeover bid) by BBVA over Banco Sabadell.

At the opening this Wednesday, the values ​​that rose the most were Rovi (1.13%), BBVA (0.91), Meliá Hotels International (0.9%) and Sabadell (0.77%), while in the On the opposite side were Fluidra (-1.45%), Solaria (-0.86%), Coropración Acciona Energía (-0.18%) and Amadeus (-0.16%).

The main European stock markets opened today's session in line with the Madrid index, with gains of 0.2% for Frankfurt and Paris and 0.5% for London.

The price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, rose 0.6% at the opening of the European markets, up to 82 dollars, while Texas stood at 78.62 dollars, 0. .7% more.

In the foreign exchange market, the price of the euro against the dollar remained at 1.0828 'greenbacks', while in the debt market the interest required on the 10-year Spanish bond stood at 3.303%.