The Ibex 35 has closed the session almost unchanged, with just a slight decrease of 0.06%, standing at 9,076.7 points, with all the market’s attention focused on the interest rate decision made by the Federal Reserve of United States (Fed) tonight.

Tomorrow it will be the turn of the European Central Bank (ECB), which will have to decide whether or not to raise rates, pressured by the year-on-year inflation rate in the euro zone, which accelerated by one tenth in April compared to the previous month, reaching so 7%.

In this context, Ferrovial has led the values ​​that have risen the most this Wednesday (1.48%), ahead of Enagás (1.46%), ACS (1.45%), Unicaja Banco (1.16%) and ArcelorMittal (1.14%).

On the opposite side was Solaria (-3.05%), ahead of IAG (-1.86%), Acciona Energías Renovables (-1.85%), BBVA (-1.78%), Grifols (- 1.75%) and CaixaBank (-1.50%).

Despite the uncertainty before the Fed, the Spanish selective has been the only one that has closed the day negatively. Frankfurt has advanced 0.56%; Paris, 0.28%; Milan 0.77% and London, 0.20%. The Euro Stoxx 50 has advanced 0.36%.

At the close of the trading session, oil registered a fall of around 5%, with a barrel of Brent located at 71.71 dollars (-4.79%) and West Texas Intermediate (WTI) at 68 dollars (- 5.11%).

The yield of the Spanish bond with a maturity of 10 years in the secondary debt markets closed the session at 3.315%, compared to 3.325% on Tuesday. In this way, the risk premium has remained stable, climbing one tenth, to 106.8 basis points.

In the foreign exchange market, the euro has appreciated by 0.47% against the dollar, reaching 1.1051 dollars for each euro, once again recovering the level of 1.1 dollars that it had recently lost.