Ibex 35 blew with a drop of 0.15% and strives for 9000 integers

Madrid, 2 September (Europe Press) –

The Ibex 35 index started the session this Thursday 0.15% lower, selectively standing at 8,978 integers at 9:01 am, awaiting the US employment report, which will be published on Friday.

In this way, after raising the valuation yesterday by 1.6%, the Madrid Selective System began the session with a focus on the psychological level of 9000 integers, on a day when the Public Treasury expects to place this Thursday between 3250 million and 4.750 million euros in the first bid in September, Four different references to state obligations will be auctioned.

In Spain, unemployment is also known to have recorded its largest monthly drop in August, as the number of unemployed fell by 82,583. While Social Security lost 118,004 average affiliates this month but added 76,500 without a seasonal adjustment.

In the early stages of the session, the biggest declines were recorded by Viscofan (-1.42%), Amadeus (-1.03%), IAG (-0.86%), Santander (-0.6%), Indra (-0.59%), Telefónica (-0.5%). ) and ACS (-0.47%), while on the other side were Siemens Gamesa (+0.72%), Grifols (+0, 55%), Acerinox (+0.52%), Aena (+0.47%) and Slink Telecom (+0.34 %).

The rest of the European stock markets opened 0.1% lower in the case of Frankfurt, London and Paris.

In this context, a barrel of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) oil, the benchmark for the United States, was trading at $68 at 9:01 am, after declining 0.2%, while Brent crude, the benchmark for Europe, settled at a record level. . $71, a decrease of 0.03%.

Finally, the euro against the dollar settled at 1.1841 “dollars”, while the Spanish risk premium settled at 70 basis points in the early stages of the session, with the required interest on the ten dollar bonds at 0.327%.

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