The Ibex 35 was on the verge of the 10,100 point level in the mid-session, reaching 10,099 points around 12:00 p.m., which implies an increase of 0.94%, while Grifols stands out again for a fall of 10 ,5%.

This morning it was confirmed that the consumer price index (CPI) cut its interannual rate by one tenth, to 3.1%, due to the fact that food prices moderated their growth by almost two points, to 7 .3%, since alcoholic beverages and tobacco softened their year-on-year growth by almost four points, to 3.7%.

At the international level, China’s inflation recorded a year-on-year drop of 0.3% last December, lower than the 0.5% drop in prices in the previous month, which represents the third consecutive month of falls and the largest deflationary sequence in the country since 2009.

Likewise, the gross domestic product (GDP) of the United Kingdom registered an expansion of 0.3% in November compared to the previous month, when it fell three tenths, exceeding market consensus expectations, which could delay a change of position in the monetary policy of the Bank of England.

Investors will be paying attention to the US market today, as the earnings season begins with the publication of the annual accounts of JPMorgan, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Citi, among others.

In this context, Grifols has once again gained notoriety for being the firm that fell the most in the mid-session, recording a decrease of 10.46%, to 8.868 euros per share, deepening the declines that were already recorded on Thursday after maintaining the board of directors a conference call with analysts and investors.

Behind Grifols was Sacyr, which fell 2.66% due to the ex-dividend effect, while Acciona Energía fell 0.94%; IAG, 0.58%; and Telefónica, 0.13%.

On the opposite side, Repsol (2.59%), Endesa (2.09%), Inditex (1.99%), Fluidra (1.91%), Indra (1.61%), CaixaBank (1.55%) stand out. ) and Acciona (1.45%).

Good stock market performance also predominated in the rest of the European markets. Paris advanced 1.06%; Frankfurt, 0.89%; Milan, 1.02%; and London, 0.94%.

The barrel of Brent registered an increase of 4.03%, to $80.53, while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) stood at $75.04, up 4.19%.

In the debt markets, the yield on the Spanish bond with a 10-year maturity stood at 3.110%, below the 3.154% observed at the close of Thursday. In this way, the risk premium against German debt fell four tenths, to 91.4 basis points.

In the foreign exchange market, the euro depreciated 0.15% against the dollar, reaching an exchange rate of 1.0956 ‘greenbacks’ for each unit of the community currency.