TheIBEX 35 has started the session this Thursday witha rise of 0.75%, which has led the selective to be in the entire 8.544.3 at 9.01 am, in the heat of the euphoria unleashed inWall Street, where the Dow Jones has resumed the bullish path, with a rise of 4.98%, the highest percentage increase since 2009, after experiencing the worst Christmas Eve in its history.
The crash suffered by the selective New Yorker on December 24 contagious to the Tokyo Stock Exchange, where the Nikkei fell 5%, although these losses have been erased with the rebound recorded yesterday on Wall Street, the largest increase in points of its history (more than 1,000 integers), which has translated into an advance of 3.84% for the Tokyo index.
In this way, the Madrid-based selective retake activity after the Christmas break above the psychological level of the 8,500 integers, with most of the values in green, led by Dia, which advanced by 5.5%.
Behind the supermarket chain were ArcelorMittal (+ 2.6%), Indra (+ 2.5%), CaixaBank (+ 2.1%), Acerinox (+ 1.9%), Bankia (+1, 8%), Santander (+ 1.7%), Inditex (+ 1.5%) and Sabadell (+ 1.4%), while Merlin Properties (-2.8%), Naturgy Energy (-1.1%) and Telefónica (-0.3%).
The rest of European stock markets opened in negative in the case of Frankfurt (-0.27%), while Paris rose 1.4% and London, 0.5%.
On the other hand, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, reference for the Old Continent, traded down after yesterday's rebound and stood at a price of 53.75 dollars, while Texas was placed at 45 , 7 dollars.
Finally, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1,1387 'greenbacks', while the Spanish risk premium stood at 117 basis points, with the interest charged on the 10-year bond at 1.4% .