Ibex 35 yields 0.12% in a session of doubt about the election

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Ibex 35 closes this Monday session down 0.12% at 9,180.10 points. A session without much activity, marked by local and regional elections in Spain this Sunday, electoral advances to July’s general elections and holidays in the United States and the United Kingdom.

The agreement in principle to raise debt limits in the United States and avoid default has not been reflected in European indices. Euro STOXX 50 closed 0.40%, German DAX 0.20%, IBEX 35 0.12% and French CAC 40 and Portuguese PSI closed flat.

Ibex 35 is the biggest gainer this Monday, Grifols A by 1.41%, Solaria by 1.39%, Telefónica by 1.12%, Acciona Energia by 1.02% and Naturgy (Gas Natural) by 0.92%.

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On the other hand, Banco Santander stayed out with 1.70%, Melia Hotels 1.44%, BBVA 1.23%, ArcelorMittal 0.72% and IAG (Iberia) 0.55%.

Shares of Berkeley Energy, the owner of the uranium mine project in Retortillo (Salamanca), closed this Sunday with a return of almost 21% on the stock market after the results of the regional and municipal elections and the general elections were announced in advance. Pedro Sanchez, President of the Government.

In particular, the Australian conglomerate’s titles moved up 21.89% to 0.3035 euros, thus leading all securities listed on the Spanish market, encouraged by hope for the future in the sign of the executive, following the victory in this Sunday’s election of the Partido Popular. Day.

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In Asia, the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s main index, the Nikkei, rose 1.03% on Monday, remaining at 33-year-old levels.

Investors are also analyzing the pre-agreement to avoid raising the debt ceiling and suspension of payments in the United States this Saturday. President Joe Biden and Republican leader in the House of Representatives Kevin McCarthy, It remains to be seen whether Congressmen will vote in favor of the treaty, as the most radical factions of the Republican Party consider it insufficient and excessive concessions to the Democrats’ positions.

loan interest Firmly right in Europe today. The German bond interest drops to 2.45%, while the Spanish ten-year bond is around 3.50%.

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The Euro moved up slightly to settle at 1.0736 ‘Green Bill’ against the Dollar. The dollar calmed down after the debt settlement in the United States.

The Turkish lira today hit a new all-time low, trading at 20.04 units per dollar and 21.5 per euro when markets opened following Sunday’s re-election of Recep Tayyip Erdogan as Turkey’s president.

In crude markets, benchmark Brent oil in Europe rose 0.8% to more than $77 a barrel.

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