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The Ibex gives ground despite the moderate optimism of the main markets

The Ibex gives ground despite the moderate optimism of the main markets


The main Spanish selective closed Thursday’s session in negative, with most of the world stock markets recovering from the turbulence of the beginning of the year in the face of the apparent escalation of the conflict between the United States and Iran, although the rejection by Tehran’s part of Donald Trump’s proposal to negotiate a new nuclear agreement and the new threats poured out remain restless.

In addition to the developments in the Middle East, investors optimistically received confirmation from Chinese Deputy Prime Minister Liu He that he will sign the “phase one” trade agreement with the US next week during his visit to Washington between January 13 and 15.

Even so, the Ibex-35 ended up leaving 0.1%, up to 9,581.8 points, compared to the positive trend of most European parks, with the continental index of large FTSE Eurofirst 300 securities scoring a 0, 33%, to 1,641.14.

In the banking sector, Santander (MC: SAN) scored 0.2527%, while BBVA (MC: BBVA) rose 0.435%, Caixabank (MC: CABK) yielded 1.1781% and Sabadell (MC: SABE) fell by 2,3888%.

Bankia (MC: BKIA) finished at the bottom of the table, chaining its fifth consecutive session in red after falling 4.0293%. Since the beginning of the year, the entity’s action has declined by 4.97% to 1,834 euros, from the 1.93 with which the first session of 2020 opened on January 2.

Among the large industrial values, Telefónica (MC: TEF) scored 0.3246% and Iberdrola (MC: IBE) rose 0.1588%, while Inditex (MC: ITX) yielded 0.4063% and the oil company Repsol (MC: REP ) lost 1.3231%, ballasting the final result of the Spanish selective.

Among the main winners, the Anglo-Spanish airline holding company IAG (MC: ICAG) stood out , which was 2.1972% after announcing on Thursday the withdrawal of its CEO, Willie Walsh, who will be replaced by the current CEO of Iberia , Luis Gallego.

In second place in the table was Acciona (MC: ANA), which ended the session with a rise of 1.9956% after announcing that its bid on the German wind turbine company Nordex (DE: NDXG) was accepted by a 0, 14% of its share capital, after which the participation of the Spanish company becomes 36.31%.

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