TheIBEX 35 has started the session this Thursday witha rise of 0.24%, which has led the selective to be at 9,428.8 integers at 9.01 am, unaware of the extension of theBrexituntil next October 31 agreed by theEuropean Unionand the United Kingdom.
In particular, the British Prime Minister,Theresa May, has accepted the timetable imposed by its partners in the European Union to delay the Brexit until October 31, an extension four months longer than desired by London and subject to a number of conditions, including the celebration in the United Kingdom ofelectionsto the European Parliament next May.
Thus, the selective Madrid woke up staying above the psychological level of the entire 9,400, after yesterday's meeting of theEuropean Central Bank (ECB) and if it is known that theFederal Reserve of the United States (Fed)It does not rule out lowering interest rates during 2019, after having increased them four times in 2018, according to the minutes of the meeting of the central bank of the North American country held on March 20.
After closingWall Streetwith flat behavior and the Nikkei index with a rise of 0.11%, the main European stock exchanges started the session with shy increases of 0.1% for Frankfurt and 0.4% for Paris, while London left a 0 ,one%.
In the first bars of the session,Caixabank and Sabadellled gains, up 1.5%, followed by Bankia (+ 1.4%), Cie Automotive (+ 1.1%), IAG (+ 1%), Viscofan (+ 0.9%) and Mediaset (+ 0.8%), while on the opposite side were Red Eléctrica Corporación (-0.3%), Iberdrola (-0.1%) and Ferrovial (-0.1%), among others.
On the other hand, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, reference for the Old Continent, was at a price of 71.40 dollars, while Texas was placed at 64.24 dollars.
Finally, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1,1282 'greenbacks', while the Spanish risk premium was at107 basis points, with the interest required to the 10-year bond at 1%.