The Ibex 35 maintains 9,900 integers after opening almost flat, pending Talgo

He IBEX 35 has started this Friday’s session with a rise of 0.07%which has led it to stand at 9,912.7 integers, in a day without major macroeconomic references, but in which the markets are pending Talgo, whose trading was suspended this Thursday after its share soared almost 10% against the possible takeover bid of a Hungarian group.

Specifically, the National Stock Market Commission (CNMV) suspended the trading of Talgo at around 4:00 p.m. yesterday in a “precautionary manner and with immediate effect” after its shares on the stock market have suddenly skyrocketed by almost 10% in the face of rumors of a Public Acquisition Offer (OPA).

Last November, the train manufacturer confirmed the interest that a Hungarian business group had expressed in acquiring 100% of the company at a price of 5 euros per share. At the time of the suspension, Talgo shares They rose 9.38%, to 4.78 euros per share, below the takeover price.

For its part, Sylentis, a PharmaMar group company, informed the CNMV this Friday that has not met its primary endpoint in a phase III clinical trial, for the treatment of dry eye associated with Sjögren’s syndrome with tivanisiran, which is leading the pharmaceutical company’s shares to fall almost 3%.

In the early stages of this Friday’s session, the biggest increases within the Ibex 35 were recorded Indra (+0.63%), Sacyr (+0.45%), Colonial (+0.38%) and Grifols (+0.35%), while the ‘red’ lanterns were Acciona Energía (-2.41%), Endesa (-0.74 %) and Cellnex (-0.66%).

The European stock markets showed mixed trends. SpecificParis fell 0.2%, while Milan, Frankfurt and London rose 0.08%, 0.04% and 0.01%, respectively.

At the opening of the stock market, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, fell 0.12%, to 81.53 dollars, while Texas stood at 76.22 dollars, without experience variation.

In the foreign exchange market, The price of the euro against the dollar advanced to 1.0779 ‘greenbacks’, while in the debt market the interest required on the 10-year Spanish bond climbed to 3.362%.

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