He IBEX 35 It turns red after two sessions of climbs with the Easter holidays in between. The Spanish selective yields 0.3% this Wednesday and returns to fight to maintain 7,000 points. Investors flock to the market after learning about the “World Economic Outlook” report from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
His predictions predict a real scare in Spain. Your economy will drop a 8% and the unemployment rate will increase six points, to 20.8%, in 2020, due to the “unprecedented crisis” caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The organization, which refers in its report to the crisis caused by the coronavirus as the “Great Confinement”, has revised the forecast of the GDP for Spain by 2020. In 2021, the projected growth is 4.3%, below the IMF estimates for Italy (4.8%); France (4.5%); or Germany (5.2%).
And the rest of Europe responds with the same doubts to the IMF. He Dax 30 German yields another 0.4% this Wednesday, the British FTSE 100 0.3%, the Italian Mib reduces its falls to 0.2% and the CAC 40 French limits its decline to 0.1%.
Grifols, Aena and Naturgy go up
In Spain, the values that suffer the most are ArcelorMittal, Colonial, Melia and Repsol, with losses close to 2%. At the top of the Ibex 35 table stand out Grifols, Aena and Naturgy, which registered increases of around 1.4%.