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IBEX 35

The primary stock index for securities traded on the Madrid Stock Exchange. It tracks large-cap stocks and is weighted for market capitalization. It was established in 1992.
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It is a member of Spain's blue-chip IBEX 35 index and is also included in prestigious sustainability indices such as the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and FTSE4Good.
Firstly, the inclusion in the IBEX 35 index in June, which has provided more visibility to our shares and has attracted interest from shareholders who tend to focus on selective stocks, providing our shares with greater liquidity.
Spain's IBEX 35 index was up 0.63 per cent at 10,947.90, while Italy's FTSE MIB index was 0.19 per cent higher at 21,884.81.
Looking at the stock exchange in Spain, the IBEX 35 index closed on Friday July 4 at 10.459 points, levels it has not seen since May 2011.
Spain (IBEX 35 Index): Down 6.4 percent over the past year
Across in debt-laden Spain, meanwhile, Madrid's IBEX 35 index of top companies advanced 0.46 percent to 8,017.7 points on Wednesday.
European indices are climbing today Spanish IBEX 35 Index was the only one dropping after output of weak macroeconomic forecast.
Madrid's IBEX 35 index slumped 3.12 per cent to 6,777.5 points and Milan's FTSE Mib plunged 3.56 per cent to 13,545.52 points despite Rome borrowing on the bond markets at steady rates.
In afternoon trade, some European stock markets took a beating, with Madrid's IBEX 35 index losing 1.63 percent to 8,441.90 points and Milan's FTSE-Mib diving 3.20 percent to 14,835.95 points.
Indra, the leading consulting and technology multinational in Spain and one of the most important in Europe and Latin America, has won the AECA Award for Business Transparency" granted by the Spanish Association for Accounting and Business Administration, in the category for companies listed on the Ibex 35 Index. The company was chosen for the award "in recognition of the quality, accessibility, usability, content and presentation of the information it publishes on its corporate website (1.0.
Madrid's IBEX 35 index dived 2.73 percent to 8,019.60 points on fresh fears of eurozone instability, traders said.
The news had little effect on the Spanish equity markets, with the benchmark IBEX 35 Index falling just 0.33 percent.