The IS IBEX 35 farewell to a week in which economic volatility (inflation, fear of recession …) has been added to the shocks politicians. From the resignation of Boris Johnson, to the attack suffered by former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe this Friday, when he was in election action. Abe, Japan’s longest-serving leader, died on Friday after being shot while campaigning for parliamentary elections, according to public broadcaster NHK.
A firefighter opened up on Abe, 67, in the back with a seemingly domestic weapon as he spoke in the west of the city of Nara, Japanese media reported earlier.
With this Friday the Spanish optional it produces 0.16% in the average session, up 8,109 points.
Most drops are for Interbankgiving almost 2% at 5.1380 euros, Caix Bank 1.52% remaining in the 2.9730 euros and Mapfre it charges 0.97% for the 1.6350 euro. positive, drive adds 2% to the 189.40 euro, Meaty Recorded 1.93% up to 25.90 and Fluidra rising 1.81% to 19.68 euros.
In the accumulated index for the week, the Ibex 35 is practically flat after falling slightly on Monday, sinking on Tuesday (-2.48%), giving up slightly on Wednesday and recovering yesterday, Thursday.
Sa Continuing Market, the biggest rises are for Berkeley Energyof more than 9%, Oryzon Genomics 6% are written down and Collection techniques almost 4%. Negatively, Montebalito give up 5%, Nyesa Values more than 4% and Apearam and 2.55%.
At business level, production of Repsol It fell 3.2% in the second quarter and stood at 540,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. The fall in production stands in the region of Europe, Africa and the rest of the world, where there was a 25% fall compared to the first quarter of 2021. On the other hand, production in North America grew by 3.2% in terms of the year. -on-year and in Latin America 4.8%. On the other hand, Repsol’s refinery margin increased 3.4 times in the second quarter of the year compared to the first, ranging from $ 6.8 per barrel to $ 23.3. Shares of Repsol fell 0.65% at the opening.
The credit rating agency Moody’s has upgraded the outlook aena from ‘negative’ to ‘stable’, confirming the long – term rating at ‘A3’, as reported in a statement. The change in outlook reflects the continued recovery of Aena’s traffic and the expectation that the company’s funds from operations (FFO) to debt ratio will return to levels consistent with an ‘A3’ rating over the next eighteen months. that is, at least 15%. . Aena shares rise 0.50% in the first minutes of the session.
MFE – The Media for Europe 82.92% of the capital and voting rights of the Mediaset Spain after receiving 27.23% in the voluntary takeover bid (OPA) sent by the 44.31% which was not under its control. The firm has achieved an acceptance level of 61.45% of the shares targeted by the offer. The MFE controlled 55.69% of Mediaset España’s capital when the takeover bid was launched. MFE – Media For Europe also expressed its decision to waive the minimum acceptance of 29.31% of the capital under the terms described in the tender brochure and, consequently, all the shares that have accepted the offer. Obtain an OPA, which is representative of the above. 27.23% of its share capital. Small 0.37% rises for Mediaset this morning.
They pay dividends today: CAF pays a complementary dividend of 0.40 euros per share in 2021, Colonial Real Estate distributes a dividend in 2021, Aedas Homes distributes a complementary dividend in 2022, Isc Fresh Water socimi distributes a dividend in 2021 and Socimi Finca Global Assets it distributes a single interim dividend for 2021 of 0.218 gross euros per share.
I Europe, a bearish opening, but now the main indices have turned around: the DAX rises 1.24%, the CAC 40 promotes 0.60% and the FTSE MIB 1.12%. The FTSE 100 rose 0.15% and the EURO STOXX 50it adds 0.47%.
Las asian bags they advanced on Friday when fears of an economic slowdown eased slightly, although news of the shooting of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe shook the Japanese market and pushed up the yen, which normally acts as safe asylum asset. The Nikkei rises 0.32%. In China, Shanghai Composite only returned 0.05%. In Hong Kong, the Hang Seng is down 0.30% and in Seoul, the Kospi is up 0.92%.
The IS Japanese yen and the American dollars Asia as investors seeking the death of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe shot while speaking in Asia, as market nerves grew ahead of U.S. employment data. they were expected. The yen rose as much as 0.5% just after the news broke, before stabilizing at around 135.60 per dollar.
Wall Street positively closed, but futures turn red in the morning. Specifically, the DOW JONES Mean Ind closed with increases of 1.12%, at 31,384.55 points, the S&P 500 Recorded 1.50% to 3,902.62 and the NASDAQ 100 rose 2.16% to 12,109.05 integers. At the moment, futures are down about 0.4% for the three major indices.
This Friday will be the US employment report June, the most important details of the week. Because there is no ADP employment report (its publication has been suspended due to adjustments to the way this reference is calculated), there will be more surprise as to what might eventually come out.
Los oil prices they continue to recover, backed by concerns about tight global supplies, although the economic downturn fears gains will be limited. In the morning the price is on Brent rose 0.49% to $ 105.14 a barrel, while West Texas rose slightly 0.05% to $ 102.78.
I par EUR / USD the euro fell 0.22% to 1.0143 dollars.
In the cryptocurrency market, the Bitcoin it’s up 0.29% to $ 21,680.100.
The IS óró it was virtually unchanged at $ 1.7391.0 an ounce at this time, trading in a tight range.
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