The Madrid parquet opened the session this Thursday with a preview of the0.12%that led the selective to the9,179 pointspending the auction of the Treasury, which is expected to capture4,500 million eurosin long-term debt.
Indra, who presented yesterday its results of the first nine months, wasthe value that rose the most in the startof the session, 1%, although minutes later it raised this rise to almost 7%, leaving the price of the share at 9.52 euros.
They were followed by CIE Automotive (+ 0.9%), ArcelorMittal (+ 0.79%) and Siemens Gamesa and Repsol, which revalued by 0.53% in both cases.
For its part, the bank, which will take over the tax on mortgages when the rule that will approve this Thursday will come into force.Minister council,he woke up the day in positive, with Caixabank and BBVA leading the promotions of the sector (+ 0.5% and + 0.4%, respectively).
On the side of the declines, stood out Mediaset (-0.53%), ACS (-1.19%), Meliá (-0.61%), Acciona (-0.47%) and Mapfre, which after presenting results before the opening of the market, 0.4% was left.
The main European places also opened in positive, with promotions superior to those of Madrid. Thus, Frankfurt scored 0.4%, London revalued 0.3% and Paris and Milan rose 0.2%.
In the debt market, the Spanish risk premium moved around 117 basis points, with interest at 1.61%, while in the currency market the euro climbed positions against the dollar and was exchanged at1,1434 'green bills'