Spanish stock market index Ibex-35 rose 1.30 percent on Thursday to close at 10,106.60 points, up from the previous day’s 9,976.80 points.
Bankia shares led rises on Thursday climbing 9.25 percent, followed by FCC, Banco Sabadell, Caixabank, Sacyr and Banco Popular that rose 6.31 percent, 6.30 percent, 5.14 percent, 4.73 percent and 4.58 percent, respectively, Xinhua reported.
On the other hand, Abengoa “B” shares led falls losing 3.55 percent, followed by ArcelorMittal, Repsol, Acerinox, DIA and OHL that lost 1.19 percent, 1.18 percent, 0.76 percent, 0.67 percent and 0.11 percent respectively.
Meanwhile, Spain’s risk premium stood at 131.30 points, falling from the 136.10 points of Wednesday.
The country’s 10 year bond interest rate stood at 2.1 percent, showing no big differences with Wednesday closing time.