He Ibex says goodbye to 7,000 points this Thursday. The index fell 1.15% to 6,959 points, pressured by large values such as Repsol, Telefónica and BBVA. In the results section, DAY has confessed to the market and has communicated that cut its losses in half in the first half and increased its sales by 2%.
The values that fall the most are IAG, which leaves 4.5%; and Meliá Hotels (-3%). Amadeus (+ 2.25%) and Grifols (+ 0.8%) are the only positive values.
Iberdrola is news because it has taken a giant step to take over Australian renewables firm Infigen Energy after securing control of more than 50% of the company's shares.
Also, Telephone it yields more than 2% and is trading very close to its annual low of 3.38 euros, which fuels the fear that it will end up breaking this support and head towards 2.50 euros, the 2002 lows.
Back to DIA, the supermarket chain recorded losses of 187.7 million euros in the first half of the year, which represents a drop of 55.2% compared to 418.7 million in the same period last year, in a context marked by the health crisis derived from Covid-19. In the business section, Mediaset is also in the news as it has transcended its decision not to materialize the merger with its parent company in Italy after the Mercantile Court No. 2 of Madrid rejected the request of the communication group to lift the precautionary measures on the suspension of the project.
In the field of monetary policy, the decision of the Bank of England has become known. The British entity has kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 0.1% this Thursday, as well as the emergency stimuli against the Covid-19 pandemic. The pound has risen to a new five-month high at $ 1.3183 as the UK navigates between the second wave of the coronavirus and the Brexit talks.
Still in the macro, Germany confirms its recovery, after knowing that the orders of the German industry They have shot up 28% in June and chain two months of increases, despite the fact that the year-on-year calculation is still in negative territory, with a fall of 11.3%, as a result of the impact of the pandemic, according to provisional data released today by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis).
In the currency section, the dollar has hit a new low of almost 27 months against the euro and the community currency is changed to $ 1.1916. The rises in European currencies are due to an extreme weakness of the "greenback" due to the stagnation in Congress of the new stimulus package of 1 trillion dollars to combat the effects of the pandemic. Gold has stretched its highs to $ 2,055 an ounce.
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