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The Ibex advances 0.64% in the week after leading the rises in Europe this Friday

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The Ibex has risen 1.42% this Friday (6,893 points), in line with the rest of the squares of the Old Continent. The manufacturing and services PMIs that have been published in Europe have been mixed, but highlights the good manufacturing PMI for October in Germany, which has remained at 58, higher than expected and marking highs of almost two and a half years.

In Spain they have called attention to increases at Meliá (+ 5.76%), the banks or Repsol, who have encouraged the Ibex. Furthermore, Cellnex has advanced 2.27% after announcing its entry into Poland with an investment of 800 million euros. Outside the Ibex, pay attention to Service Point, which yesterday it shot up 80% and today it rises more than 30% after announcing the purchase of a company and showing off its status as clearly speculative title.

In addition to all this, investors continue to be very attentive to increase in coronavirus cases worldwide. France has set a new record: 41,000 new cases in a single day, which brings the total number of cases since the beginning of the epidemic to 999,043, while the number of deaths reaches 34,210, of which 165 in the last day.

French Prime Minister Jean Castex admitted Thursday that "the situation is serious" and that the worsening of the pandemic leads them to extend the curfew to 38 other departments in France from midnight on Friday to saturday, with what there will be in total 46 million people affected.

About the last televised debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, experts say that it will not mean much change in what may happen in the elections on November 3. "President Trump was, as is his custom, rowdy, while Democratic hopeful Joe Biden did not take a single misstep. There were clashes on a number of issues, including the pandemic, personal finances, the national minimum wage and health careHowever, none of them achieved what could be construed as a significant blow, "says Michael Hewson, chief analyst at CMC Markets in London.

Today they continue to be published results. Intel falls sharply after falling short of expectations with their accounts. Revenue from the data center business, Intel's highest-margin business, fell 7% to $ 5.9 billion in the quarter. Analysts expected an average revenue of 6.21 billion, according to FactSet. In addition, also at the business level, it should be noted that this Friday CaixaBank and Bankia boards meet to advance their merger.

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