The Ibex 35 has closed practically flat, with a slight fall of 0.04%, which brought it to 10,911.8 integers in a day with few references and that serves as a transition for the following sessions: on Wednesday it will be known the CPI data in the US which, together with the employment data from last Friday, should give clues about the future decisions of the Federal Reserve (Fed).

In addition, on Thursday there will be a new monetary policy meeting of the European Central Bank (ECB), where investors will be attentive to the messages that the organization sends about a possible rate cut in June.

On Friday the final estimate of the CPI data in the eurozone will be known and the results season will begin in the United States, with the presentation of the accounts of the main investment banks.

Between Thursday and Friday, new data will also be released to take the temperature of the evolution of the Chinese economy: inflation, industrial prices, trade balance and ‘stock’ of new loans.

In Spain, today, it was learned that the cosmetics firm Puig has already launched its IPO process with the intention of raising more than 2.5 billion euros through a public offering of shares (IPO) again. issue aimed at qualified investors and another offer to sell existing shares.

In this context, and despite the slight decrease, more than half of the Ibex 35 values ​​have closed in ‘green’ led by Grifols (4.32%), Colonial (3.07%), IAG (2.40% ), CaixaBank (2.05%) and Acciona Energía (1.59%).

On the opposite side, the biggest falls have been those of Iberdrola (-0.58%), Ferrovial (-0.51%), Repsol (-0.49%), Inditex (-0.42%) and Endesa (- 0.41%).

On the other hand, the rest of the main European stock markets have closed positively, with advances of 0.90% in Milan, 0.79% in Frankfurt, 0.72% in Paris and 0.41% in London.

In the raw materials market, a barrel of Brent was trading at $90.06, 1.22% less, while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) fell 1.01%, to $86.03.

For its part, the yield on the Spanish bond maturing in 10 years stood at 3.250%, from the 3.234% recorded at the close of Friday. In this way, the risk premium against German debt reached 83.5 basis points.

In the foreign exchange market, the euro appreciated 0.13% against the dollar, until trading at an exchange rate of 1.0851 ‘greenbacks’ for each unit of the community currency.