IBEX 35

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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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The company is headquartered in Spain and listed on the Spanish stock exchange (traded in the Ibex-35 index).
The largest companies that left are the largest bank in Catalonia - CaixaBank SA, which moved to Valencia, as well as Banco Sabadell, Abertis, Colonial, Gas Natural and Cellnex - all of them part of the IBEX-35 index.
In Madrid, the Ibex-35 index slipped by 0.28% to 8,572.7 points meanwhile, and in Milan the FTSE Mib was 0.96% lower at 17,091 points.
In Madrid, at the center of the latest stage of the euro zone crisis, the benchmark IBEX-35 index closed up 1.22 percent for the day.
The IBEX-35 index includes shares of the largest companies in Spain, including Telefonica SA (NYSE: TEF) and Banco Santander SA (NYSE: STD) (SAN.MC).
Madrid's key Ibex-35 index dropped 5.9%, the largest one-day tumble since the second half of 2008.
Repsol shares were up 0.3 percent at 13.07 euros at 1404 GMT, compared with a 0.7 percent rise on the blue chip IBEX-35 index