Madrid, 18 (European TV)
The main index of the Spanish stock exchange, Ibex 35, closed the session this Wednesday with a gain of 1.18% and approached 9,000 points, rising after two consecutive closes in the red.
Specifically, the Spanish selective added 104.5 points, which is equivalent to a rise of 1.18%, which stands at 8,970 points. The rest of the major European parks closed with a mixed signal: while Milan rose 0.5% and Frankfurt 0.28%; Paris fell 0.73 percent and London 0.16 percent.
At the close of the market on the Old Continent, American indices were trading slightly lower: the Nasdaq was down 0.15%, while the Dow Jones and S&P 500 were down 0.14% each.
Coming back to Ibex 35, Solaria was the top gainer, up 6.01%, followed by Banco Sabadell and Siemens Gamesa that posted 2.84% and 2.82%, respectively. Conversely, Viscofan fell 0.5% and Amadeus fell 0.35%.
Codere, for its part, was the top gainer in the entire Spanish market, registering a rise of 15.71% due to its merger with SPAC, followed by Clínica Baviera with 13.68%, while Dia y Renta ended the session. With losses of 4.29% and 3.85%, respectively.
A barrel of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) oil, the benchmark for the United States, was trading at $66.33 at 5.30pm, while Brent crude, the benchmark for Europe, was trading at $69.14, an increase of 0.16%.
Finally, the euro against the dollar settled at 1.1703 “US dollars”, while the Spanish risk premium was around 69 basis points, with the 10-year bond interest at 0.216%.
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