The Ibex 35 was trading flat in the mid-session (0.05%), standing at 10,099.6 points, which implies a recovery compared to the opening, when it had fallen close to 0.40%.

In the first hours of trading it has even reached above the level of 10,100 integers.

During today’s session, the members of the Executive Committee of the European Central Bank (ECB) Philip Lane and Isabel Schnabel will speak publicly at a conference of the organization on Monetary Union and fiscal policy.

For its part, it has been known that the confidence of German businessmen has worsened in December, after two consecutive increases, as reflected in the index prepared by the Munich Economic Research Institute (Ifo), which stood at 86.4. points from 87.2 the previous month.

During the rest of the week, investors’ agenda will be filled with macroeconomic references. Tomorrow the Bank of Japan will hold its last monetary policy meeting of the year, while November inflation data for the eurozone will also be published.

On Wednesday it will be the turn of inflation in the United Kingdom and industrial prices in Germany, while on Thursday the new data on the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States will be released. Finally, on Friday it will be the turn of the United Kingdom, which will also publish its GDP estimate, while Spain will do the same.

In this context, ArcelorMittal was the main bullish value in the mid-session (1.40%), followed by Rovi (1.23%), CaixaBank (1.21%), Repsol (1.20%), Banco Sabadell ( 0.98%), Acerinox (0.77%) and Solaria (0.63%).

On the contrary, ACS accumulated a fall of 1.86%, ahead of Acciona Energía (-1.81%), Meliá (-1.81%), Cellnex (-1.38%), Acciona (-0. 96%), Ferrovial (-0.91%) and IAG (-0.84%).

In the rest of the European stock markets, only London advanced, with 0.36%. On the other hand, Paris fell 0.40%; Frankfurt 0.30% and Milan, 0.33%.

In the raw materials market, a barrel of Brent stood at $76.14 in the mid-session, down 0.54%, while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) stood at $70.91, down 0.54%. .52% less.

The yield on the Spanish bond with a 10-year maturity stood at 2.994% in the mid-session, from 2.995% on Friday. In this way, the risk premium against German debt has fallen four tenths, to 97.5 basis points.

In the foreign exchange market, the euro appreciated 0.14% against the dollar, reaching an exchange rate of 1.0910 ‘greenbacks’ for each unit of the community currency.