More inclined to the beach and holidays than the tensions between the US and China at the expense of Taiwan. The Ibex 35 has managed to turn around in this Tuesday’s session and has closed with a slight advance of 0.15%, which has brought it to close to 8,100 points. The selective index of the Spanish stock market has closed at 8,096.9 points, despite the fact that the president of the House of Representatives of the United States, Nancy Pelosi, has finally decided to land in Taiwan, avoiding the threats of the Chinese Government, which has insisted in the last few days that he will take “strong” measures in the event that American policy moves to Taiwanese soil.
In this context, the biggest increases were recorded by Banco Sabadell (+4.09%), CaixaBank (+3.66%), Acciona (+2.61%), Sacyr (+1.75%), ACS ( +1.32%), value that traded today ‘ex-dividend’, BBVA (+1.15%), Acciona Energía (+1.07%) and Telefónica (+1.06%).
For its part, Fluidra was the ‘red light’ of the day, with a fall of 4.79%, followed by Grifols (-2.71%), Amadeus (-2.07%), Acerinox (-2 .07%), Indra (-1.48%), ArcelorMittal (-1.46%), PharmaMar (-1.45%), Inditex (-0.96%) and IAG (-0.82%).
The rest of the European stock markets, on the other hand, have closed with falls: 0.06% in London, 0.42% in Paris, 0.23% in Frankfurt and 0.35% in Milan.