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The stock market rises 1.72% and is close to 8,300 points despite the fall of Wall Street

Madrid, Feb 23 (EFE) .- The Spanish Stock Market has distanced itself from the losses that have predominated on Wall Street and Europe this Tuesday with a rise of 1.72% that has brought it closer to the level of 8,300 points, according to market data . The benchmark indicator of the national market, the IBEX 35, has risen 139.9 points, that 1.72%, the highest rise since Monday of last week, to 8,252.1 points. In the year, it revalued 2.21%. In Europe, with the euro at $ 1.124, only Paris, 0.22%, and London 0.21% have risen, while Frankfurt has lost 0.61% and Milan 0.3%. The Spanish Stock Market has experienced a session in which profits have predominated despite some notable conditions. The day started higher and the 8,200 point threshold was crossed shortly after the opening with a rise of more than 1%, despite the fact that the previous day Wall Street had closed with a mixed result (the Dow Jones of Industrials gained 0 , 09%, while the S&P 500 lost 0.77% and the Nasdaq lost 2.46%), as did the Chinese markets: Hong Kong rose 1.03% and Shanghai fell 0.17% . It was difficult for the domestic market to hold on to that level, affected by the poor performance of the energy sector and the change in trend of US futures, which incurred losses. In this way, the Spanish stock market was testing the level of 8,100 points and also entered negative territory, despite the fact that the data on the evolution of inflation in the euro zone did not worry investors (the CPI rose 0.2% of the CPI in the euro zone in January compared to the previous month and the interannual rate stood at 0.9%). The domestic market ignored the negative evolution of Wall Street, which lost more than 1.5%, despite the improvement in the confidence of US consumers and the fact that the president of the Federal Reserve – US central bank – Jerome Powell, will rule out problems with inflation and talk about the improvement in the economic outlook for the second half of the year. Of the great values, the rise of Inditex stands out, 5.46%, the fourth highest of the IBEX, with which its price returns to levels of mid-December; BBVA has gained 2.59% and Banco Santander 1.9%, while Telefónica has lost 1.47%; Iberdrola 0.34% and Repsol 0.05%. The largest rise in the IBEX has corresponded to Bankinter, 7.95% after announcing the next dividend payment and the listing of Línea Directa, while Merlin Properties has gained 6.3%; Amadeus 5.87%, with Inditex next and Inmobiliaria Colonial in fifth place, increasing 4.49%. Siemens Gamesa has presided over the losses of the IBEX when falling 4.07%; Almirall has yielded 3.17%; Solaria 2.57%; PharmaMar 2.36% and Cie Automotive 2.25%. (c) EFE Agency

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