“In a session in which the strange behavior of bonds and the volatility of the price of crude oil conditioned the behavior of the stock markets, the main European and US stock indices closed lower, weighed down by the sharp falls experienced by the prices of many cyclical cut-off values ”, explain Link Securities analysts
The selective Spanish closed yesterday below 8,900 points, after yielding 0.96% in a scenario marked by the strong rise in the price of oil after the lack of agreement between the OPEC + countries to increase the supply of crude.
At the opening of this Wednesday, Banco Sabadell recorded an increase of 2.69%, Repsol 2.31%, ArcelorMittal 1.51%, Acerinox 1.37% and Amadeus 1.25%.
PharmaMar left 1.06%, IAG 0.87%, Grifols 0.76%, Viscofan 0.68% and Almirall 0.60%.
The rest of the main European markets are also listed in ‘green’ at the opening: the German Dax 30 has a rise of 0.70%, the FTSE Mib by 0.59%, the FTSE 100 in London by 0.53%, the Euro Stoxx 0.48%, the French Cac 40 0.41% and the Ibex 35 0.41%.
Wall Street closed this Tuesday in mixed terrain and its main indicator, the Dow Jones Industrials, fell 0.60% on a day with little trading volume after a long weekend in the US.
According to data at the close of the New York Stock Exchange, the Dow Jones fell 208.98 points to 34,577.37, while the selective S&P 500 fell 0.20% or 8.80 points, to 4,343.54.
For its part, the main index of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Nikkei, fell 0.96% this Wednesday, dragged down by the impact on the energy sector of a fall in crude oil futures and the strength of the yen, a trend that it hurts exporters.
The Nikkei, which groups the 225 most representative titles on the market, fell 276.26 points to 28,366.95 whole. The Topix, which includes the firms in the first section, those with the highest capitalization, lost 0.86% or 16.82 points, to stand at 1,937.68 units.