The Madrid parquet opened the session on Monday withan advance of 1.06%, which catapulted IBEX 35 up to 9,296 points, following the commercial truce that the United States and China have reached in the framework of the G20 meeting this weekend in Osaka (Japan).
Almost all thevalues went up in the opening, except for Indra, which left 0.9%. ArcelorMittal, Banco Sabadell and Ence led the advances of the selective one, with increases of 4%, 3.3% and 2.8%, respectively.
Also highlighted were the increases of Amadeus, Acerinox andCaixaBank, above 1.9%, and Bankia, Inditex and Siemens Gamesa, which were revalued more than 1.7%.
The main European markets also received the commercial truce between the United States and China with major advances in the opening of the markets: Paris almost came to revalue by 1%, London rose by 0.9% and Frankfurt boosted its profits to 1.7% .
In the debt market, therisk premiumSpanish remained in the vicinity of 71.8 basis points, with interest at 0.40%, while in the currency market the euro lost ground against the dollar and was exchanged at 1.1321 'greenbacks'.