MADRID, 28 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 has closed the session on Tuesday with an advance of 0.43% which, however, has not helped it to regain 9,000 points, since it has stood at 8,944.3 integers.
Investors' attention has been focused, in the Spanish case, on the Government's announcement that an agreement has been reached with the European Union to extend the Iberian exception until December 31.
The highest increases at the close were recorded by Repsol (2.01%), IAG (1.92%), Cellnex (1.63%), BBVA (1.41%) and Naturgy (1.33%). On the other hand, Solaria (-3.88%), Colonial (-1.77%), Merlin (-1.55%), Grifols (-1.19%), Rovi (-1.02%) and Inditex (-0.98%) are the companies that have registered the greatest falls.
In the rest of the European markets, Milan closed with a rise of 0.47%, while London advanced 0.17%, Paris 0.14% and Frankfurt ended the session practically flat, with a slight revaluation of the 0.09%.
The Brent barrel stood at 78.86 dollars, representing an increase of 0.93%, while the West Texas Intermediate rose 0.06%, up to 73.51 dollars per barrel.
On the other hand, the yield in the secondary markets of the Spanish bond with a maturity of 10 years has been located at 3.321%, compared to 3.263% in which it closed on Monday. In this way, the risk premium has stood at 103.1 basic points, barely two tenths above Monday.
In the foreign exchange market, the euro appreciated 0.42% against the dollar, so that it has achieved an exchange rate of 1.0843 dollars for each euro.