MADRID, 7 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 turned around and rose 0.24% in the mid-session this Wednesday, in a scenario marked by the energy crisis in Europe and in which investors are waiting for the meeting of the European Central Bank (ECB) this Thursday and that of the energy ministers of the European Union, on Friday.
Bankinter analysts expect the ECB to raise rates by 75 basis points, above the 50 basis points initially forecast, "to finish the job as soon as possible." "If it rose 50 basic points and its message did not gain definition, bad for the market", they point out.
On the other hand, the scenario is marked by the energy crisis in Europe, after Russia announced the indefinite cut of the Nord Stream gas pipeline. The energy values pulled the selective this Wednesday, after being the most penalized yesterday.
The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, assured last night in the plenary session of the Senate that the Government is "open to dialogue" and "willing to agree" on the new energy saving measures of the future Contingency Plan with the private sector and the rest of the administrations public, indicating autonomous communities, provincial councils and city councils.
In this scenario, the Spanish selective was trading at 7,861.1 points at twelve noon, with Solaria (9.51%), Acciona Energía (5.58%), Acciona (4.17%), Endesa (3, 73%), Iberdrola (2.58%), Naturgy (1.49%), Red Eléctrica (1.42%) and Aena (1.08%) at the head of the promotions.
On the contrary, on the negative side stood Meliá (-9.3%), Rovi (-3.43%), Fluidra (-2.6%), Arcelormittal (-1.98%), PharmaMar (-1, 69%), Sabadell (-1.66%), Santander (-1.6%) and Bankinter (-1.38%).
The rest of the European stock markets were trading in 'red' in the mid-session, with falls of 0.62% in London, 0.32% in Paris, 0.43% in Frankfurt and 0.14% in Milan.
The price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, was at a price of 93.34 dollars, with an increase of 0.55%, while the Texas was placed at 87.36 dollars, after up 0.51%.
Finally, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 0.9895 'greenbacks', while the risk premium stood at 118 basis points and the return on the 10-year Spanish bond stood at 2.720%.