The national selective, the Ibex 35, rose 0.55% at mid-session, after 12:30 p.m., on a day in which investors are awaiting the CPI data from the United States.

Specifically, the indicator recorded a revaluation of 50.10 points, reaching 9,260 integers. The main European parquets also rose in the middle of the session: Paris gained 0.54%, London, 0.5%, Milan, 0.47%, and Frankfurt, 0.4%.

Investors are awaiting this Tuesday the inflation data from the United States, which serves as a guide for the monetary policy decisions of the United States Federal Reserve (Fed).

In addition, this Tuesday it became known that growth in the euro area slowed down in the fourth quarter of 2022, standing at 0.1%. Thus, according to Eurostat’s second estimate of annual growth, GDP increased by 3.5% in the euro area and 3.6% in the EU in 2022.

Back on the Ibex, Telefónica rose 3.42%, encouraged by the acquisition of a 4.92% stake in Vodafone by Liberty Global, its partner in Virgin Media O2 in the United Kingdom.

Likewise, ArcelorMittal recorded 2.1% and Acerinox, 1.89%, while Banco Sabadell left 1.31%. The financial sector in general registered falls in the middle of the session: Caixabank lost 1.24%, Mapfre, 0.86%; Unicaja Banco, 0.78%, and Bankinter, 0.69%. BBVA was trading flat and Banco Santander was up 0.3%.

In the continuous market, Amper earned 3.59% and Dia, 3.41%. On the side of falls, Airtificial Intelligence dropped 4% and PharmaMar 3.17%.

At mid-session, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, was trading at $85.75, with a decrease of 0.99%, while Texas stood at $79.01, with a retracement close to 1.43%.

In the currency market, the euro was trading at $1.0754, while in the debt market, the Spanish risk premium was around 94 basis points, with the interest required on the ten-year bond at 3.271%.