The Spanish stock market opens with a fall of 0.25% waiting for the Fed

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The Spanish stock market opened on Tuesday with losses of 0.25%, waiting for the chairman of the US Federal Reserve (Fed), Jerome Powell, to appear at a symposium of central bankers in Sweden.

In the early stages of the day, the IBEX 35, the main national indicator, is trading at 8,673.30 points after leaving that 0.25%. Despite this, in the first sessions of the year it accumulates a rise of 5.4%.

Within the selective, the biggest falls are for ArcelorMittal, which lost 1.81%, followed by AGI, 1.3%, while Acciona is the value that rises the most, 0.73%.

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