Investment Football clubs, Línea Directa, renewables ... vaccines and European funds heat up the IPOs in Spain
March has returned the calm and the gains lost by the stock markets in the previous week, thus overcoming the
that set off the alarms a few days ago.
The main European markets ended the session with rises close to 2%, driven by the upward influx of Wall Street.
Investors seem to interpret, at least for now, that the rebound in bond and
is something specific and are carried away by expectations of a global recovery.
The massive vaccination campaign, the stimulus plan that the US is finalizing and the progressive openings in the countries give wings to the recovery, but also cause an increase in inflation that last week set off the alerts.
The yield of the US
broke the psychological barrier of 1.5% and in Europe, the
reached -0.23%, both at highs of the last 12 months.
The distrust spread to the stock markets, which suffered notable declines on both sides of the Atlantic.
But this Monday the spirits have calmed down.
Most analysts and expert firms consider that the sharp rebound in bond yields was one-off and is unlikely to maintain its intensity in the short term.
"As much of the increase in returns is due to improved growth and reopening prospects,
the appetite for risk remains,
Director of Global Market Strategy at Natixis IM.
we do not believe that inflation is going to be high for a long time.
As a result, yields will eventually decline," he adds.
In the same vein are
, who consider that "an increase in inflation is inevitable, but progressive and moderate. Simply because we live in a world in which demographic characteristics, technology and globalization make it difficult for the economy to advance. inflation. For this reason, central banks will generally maintain accommodative monetary policies. "
This seems to be the general interpretation today and that explains the rises in the stock market.
Increases, in addition, supported by tourist values and cyclical sectors, thus confirming the change in the profile of portfolios that many firms have been advancing for months.
In Spain, the
has gained 1.9%, to 8,380 points, driven by increases from
, ahead of other notable ones such as
Acerinox, Merlin Properties or ACS
Notable advances have also been made on the Cac 40 in Paris, the Dax in Frankfurt, the Ftse Mib in Milan and the Ftse 100 in London.
At the same time and coinciding with the closing of the European markets, in the US the main Wall Street indices also recovered part of the ground lost last week and both the
S&P 500 and the Nasdaq
registered increases of more than 2%.
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