The Ibex 35 turns around and loses 8,400 points


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The Ibex 35 index of the Madrid Stock Exchange, that had started the day on Monday with a positive trend has entered negative territory minutes before the opening of Wall Streetin line with the rest of the main stock markets of the Old Continent.

Thus, at 3:15 p.m., the Ibex 35 index fell 0.11% to trade at 8,390.90 basis points.

The biggest drops in the selective in the final stretch of Monday’s session corresponded to Repsol and Sacyr, with drops in 3.16% and 3.04%respectively.

On the contrary, the greatest advances among the components of the Ibex 35 were those made by Solaria, with a rise in 4,27%as well as by Naturgy, with a rise in 1,62%and Acciona, with a rise in 1,51%.

banking sector

On his side, the representatives of the banking sector in the Madrid selective traded in negative. Specifically, Santander was left and 1.69%while Caixabank lost and 1.12% and BBVA and 0.64%. Likewise, Sabadell shares fell and 1.65% and those of Bankinter and 0.99%.

The rest of the main European stock markets, which had also started the session on Monday in positive, registered falls before the opening of Wall Street.

Thus, the London Ftse100 0.39% was leftwhile the Frankfurt Dax lost 0.29% and the Parisian Cac 40 lost 0.13%.


Source: Vozpópuli by www.vozpopuli.com.

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