Article / 30 May 2018 at 7:19 GMT

Rebote poco creíble en la apertura del Ibex 35

Sala de Inversión España
Spain
El Ibex 35 rebota tímidamente tras registrar ayer su segunda mayor caída del año. El selectivo aguanta sobre los 9.500 puntos, mientras espera noticias sobre la situación política de Italia (podrían convocarse elecciones en julio) y aguarda al debate de la moción de censura de Mariano Rajoy (que se llevará a cabo mañana y pasado). Mientras, en el mercado de divisas, el EURUSD sube a 1,157 dólares. 

Además, acabamos de conocer el dato de inflación de mayo de España, que ha superado todas las expectativas situándose en el 2%, su nivel más alto en 13 meses, por el encarecimiento de la luz y los carburantes. Además, también se ha publicado el dato de ventas al por menor de abril, que han bajado tres décimas. 

Con la política periférica marcando el sentimiento de los inversores y con estos datos macro de España como telón de fondo, el Ibex 35 cotiza con estrechos movimientos, con los bancos cotizando en color mixto. Santander no consigue recuperar los 5 euros y y BBVA tampoco logra reconquistar los 6 euros. Sabadell, que ayer se llevó la peor parte por su exposición, tanto a la deuda española como a la italiana, sigue descendiendo y cotiza ya en los 1,48 euros. 

El valor que más sube es Grifols, que mira por encima del hombro al resto de compañeros del Ibex 35 al subir más de un punto porcentual rozando los 25 euros. Al otro lado, ArcelorMittal se deja un 1,30% hasta los 27,37 euros. 

Aena cotiza con una ligera caída del 0,06% pese a anunciarse que repartirá el 80% del beneficio en los ejercicios 2018-2020.

Telefónica cede a 7,6 euros mientras permanece atenta a las huelgas que están paralizando Brasil. El Presidente carioca Temer descarta amenaza de golpe militar en medio de protesta de camioneros y considera desechar mecanismo de fijación de precios de la Petrobras en el marco de la crisis de los camioneros.

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