The Spanish stock market rises 0.66% after the truce that the market gives to Italy

The Spanish stock market rises 0.66% minutes after the opening animated by Telefonica and banking, a sector that is benefited by the truce that the market gives today to Italy.

The main national indicator, the IBEX 35, scores 60 points, that 0.66%, up to 9,366.10 integers, with which the losses accumulated in the year are reduced to 6.75%.

The Spanish stock exchange is trading at today's opening with a positive sign animated by the truce that the Italian market is experiencing, as the country's risk premium has been reduced at the opening, and it is trading below 300 basis points.

Experts attribute this improvement to yesterday's statements by Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, who said that Italy is ready to "calmly dialogue" with the EU on its budgets and that the euro is "inalienable."

Conte made this statement at a time of tension between the EU and the country, after Italy has approved raising its deficit target.

An objective on which according to assured the minister of Economic Development, Luigi Di Maio, the Government "will not yield".

Like the debt market, the Italian Stock Exchange has also opened up today, with gains of 1.34%, while Paris is 0.33%.

Frankfurt closes for a holiday.

The euro, which has also been punished in recent days by the Italian crisis, rises in today's opening to $ 1,1592.

In the Spanish market, the IBEX 35 is driven by the positive contribution of banks, one of the sectors that has suffered the most tensions over Italy, due to its exposure to the country.

Thus, Santander has started the day with gains of 1.63%; Bankinter, 1.39%; CaixaBank, 1.30%; Bankia, 1.01%; BBVA, 0.61%; and Sabadell, 0.35%.

Telefónica, which leads the gains of the IBEX 35, is up 1.66%; Iberdrola, 0.34%, and Repsol -with the price of Brent crude up, at 84.93 dollars-, 0.54%.

Inditex, which yesterday lost more than 3%, today rebounds 0.94%.

Grifols is, on the other hand, the most punished value of the IBEX 35 and of the entire Spanish Stock Exchange, with 3.03% falling.

In the continuous market, Masmovil rebounds 5.74% and is the most bullish value.


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