Bank Central European

The agreement of the Bank Central European (ECB), the Federal Reserve (US central bank), the Bank of Japan, England and Switzerland to provide dollars to financial system approached the bag up to 8,450 points with a rise of 5%. The euro advanced to $1,395 (began the day at 1.37 dollars) and the barrel of Brent did to 116 dollars. Third biggest rise three years after the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers the Spanish stock market achieved the third biggest rise of this exercise. All the great values of the Ibex-35 won: BBVA and Iberdrola, 5.39%, the two largest uploaded this index, followed by Banco Santander, with a 5.13% rise, while Telefonica won 3.78%, and Repsol, 2.51%. After BBVA, Iberdrola and Banco Santander, fourth place corresponded to ArcelorMittal, 4.84%, which was followed by other five companies with increases exceeding 4 and Grifols, 0.57 per cent. At 1510 hours the selective Spanish pointed out the biggest rise of all parks European and earned 385 points, which stood at 8.430 units and reduced accumulated since the beginning of year up 14.52% decline. The General index of the Madrid Stock Exchange progressed 4.26%.

Joint actions the ECB has announced three additional liquidity-providing operations in dollars with a maturity of three months until the end of the year, in order to alleviate tensions in the money market, a decision that has taken shape together with the US Federal Reserve (Fed), the Bank of England, the Bank of Japan and the Swiss National Bank (SNB). Furthermore, the selective Spanish benefited from the good reception given to the issuance of obligations that has closed the public Treasury, which has managed to pay less. Spain has added its fourth consecutive auction of debt with lower interest, after award of 3.949,98 million euros in bonds maturing in 2019 and 2020, to eight and nine years. Biggest rise in Europe in this way, the Ibex-35 was the biggest rise of all European indexes, which were able to progress of the 4.29% in Milan, from 3.37% in Frankfurt, 2.32% in Paris, and 1.90% in London. Within the Ibex, Santander was leading hikes with a rebound of 6.20%, while Iberdrola progressed 5.41%, BBVA, 5.75%, Telefonica, 4.38%, Inditex, 3.92%, Repsol, 3.16%, and Endesa, 2.68%. Medium-sized banks, for their part, were able to revaluations of 5.72% for Bankinter, from 2.50% to Caixabank, from 2.33% to Sabadell, and 1.96% for the Popular. Source of the news: the Alliance of central banks promotes to the Spanish stock market, which earns a 3.63%