The Ibex 35 remained ‘green’ in the mid-session, with a rise of 0.26%, which took it to 11,003.8 points, after learning that the eurozone inflation rate would have been at March at 2.4% year-on-year, two tenths below the 2.6% rise in prices in February, which is also the lowest level since last November.

The stock markets are also awaiting the statements of the president of the United States Federal Reserve (Fed), Jerome Powell, as well as the evolution of the price of oil, which continues its climb today and has already reached $89 per barrel of Brent. , a reference in Europe. In the case of West Texas, the value of a barrel stood at $85.

At midday, the biggest increases in the Ibex 35 were recorded by Grifols (2.86%), Sabadell (2.13%), Inditex (1.48%), BBVA (0.96%) and Aena (0.89 %). On the other hand, the biggest falls were those of Rovi (-4.15%), Fluidra (-1.51%), Indra (-1.42%), Amadeus (-1.10%) and Solaria (- 1.07%).

The main European stock markets were also trading with increases, which were 0.25% in Frankfurt, 0.24% in Paris and 0.12% in Milan. Only London lost 0.39% in the mid-session this Wednesday.

In the foreign exchange market, the price of the euro against the dollar remained stable at 1.0770 ‘greenbacks’, while in the debt market the interest required on the 10-year Spanish bond fell to 3.237%, with the risk premium at 87.2 basis points.