The Ibex 35 has closed the session with a slight fall of 0.15%, although it has remained at the level of 8,300 integers, in a week in which investors are attentive to the PMI publications for services in November of the European economies and the United States and the final revision of GDP for the third quarter of the euro area.
This Monday it became known that the volume of retail trade in the euro zone registered a contraction of 1.8% last October compared to September, when it had increased by 0.8%, which is the biggest monthly decline since December 2021, coinciding with the escalation of inflation to record levels, according to data published by the community statistical office, Eurostat.
In addition, the Sentix index for December has shown that investor confidence in the euro area has recovered to its highest level in six months.
In Spain, it has been known that the PMI services index has climbed in November to 51.2, from the level of 49.7 registered in October, and has returned to growth territory. In contrast, the services PMIs for Germany and France have been in the contraction zone for the eleventh month, below 50.0.
In this way, the Ibex has stood at 8,370.1 points at the end of the trading session, with Grifols as the bullish value, thanks to a revaluation of 3.63%, although it has moderated its rise after having boosted almost 7 % in the middle session.
Behind, the biggest increases have been registered by Aena (+2.44%), Solaria (+2.15%), Merlin (+1.96%), Colonial (+1.32%), PharmaMar (+0, 75%), Red Electrica (+0.56%), and Acciona (+0.55%).
On the opposite side, the biggest falls have been experienced by Indra (-2.56%), Telefonica (-1.26%), Inditex (-1.07%), BBVA (-1.03%), Ferrovial (- 0.92%), Sacyr (-0.74%), Rovi (-0.65%) and Amadeus (-0.62%).
The rest of the European stock markets have also closed with falls, which stand at 0.67% in Paris, 0.56% in Frankfurt and 0.30% in Milan. Only London has recorded a revaluation of 0.15%.
Likewise, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, stood at a price of 85.20 dollars, with a fall of 0.39%, while Texas stood at 79.49 dollars. , with a decrease of 0.61%.
Finally, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1.0508 ‘greenbacks’, while the Spanish risk premium stood at 99 basis points, with the interest required on the ten-year bond at 2.865%.