The Ibex 35 traded with a rise of 0.41% in the mid-session this Tuesday, which led it to stand at 8,303.30 integers at 12:05 p.m., in a context marked by China’s announcement to reopen from from next January 8 its borders and eliminate the need for quarantine in a new step in the relaxation of the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic.

The Renta 4 analysts also highlight the statements made by the governor of the Bank of Japan last Sunday, in which he pointed out that the institution’s decision last week to make the interest rate curve control objective more flexible was “more a movement to boost the effect of its ultra-expansionary monetary policy than a first step to gradually withdraw the current policy”.

In the middle of the week, the evolution of the sale of pending homes in the United States will also be known, while at the end the data of the advanced CPI in Spain and the PMIs of China will be published.

In the half session, Repsol led the increases, with an increase of 1.82%, followed by Inditex (1.20%), Sacyr (1.06%), Iberdrola (0.97%) and Banco Santander (0. 89%). Unicaja Banco debuted its jump to the Ibex 35 with a rise of 0.38%.

On the other hand, the greatest falls were registered by Grifols (-2.25%), Amadeus (-0.85%), Enagás (-0.72%), CaixaBank (-0.60%), Colonial (- 0.42%), Bankinter (-0.41%) and Merlin (-0.40%).

The rest of the European stock markets traded with increases of 0.05% in London, 0.95% in Paris, 0.72% in Frankfurt and 0.39% in Milan.

Likewise, a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, stood at a price of 84.70 dollars, with a rise of 0.93%, while Texas stood at 80.19 dollars, with an increase of 0.79%.

Finally, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1.0666 ‘greenbacks’, while the Spanish risk premium stood at 107 basis points, with the interest required on the ten-year bond at 3.573%.