The Spanish Stock Market rises 0.52% after the opening supported by Santander and BBVA
The Spanish stock market falls 0.08% after the opening with Unicaja collapsed
The Spanish stock market recovers 9,000 points
The Madrid Stock Exchange is one of the largest stock and financial markets in the world. Established in 1831, the main objective of the Stock Exchange is to serve as a platform for the exchange of shares and securities between investors and companies. The total value of all transactions carried out on the Stock Market is around 9 trillion euros per year.
The companies listed on the Stock Exchange are listed in the General Index, also known as the Ibex Index. The stock securities traded on the Madrid Stock Exchange are diverse, from shares to corporate bonds, derivative products and even preference shares. The main listed companies include large Spanish companies such as BBVA, Inditex or Telefónica.
To offer broader access to international investors, since 1998 the Exchange has expanded its facilities and improved its technology to enable electronic transactions. Thus, it has been able to consolidate its presence in the Epsilon Europroject, pan-European networks to interconnect and streamline daily trading in the different countries of Western Europe.
The underlying assets traded on the BVMM are regulated by numerous European regulations such as MiFIB I or MAR (Market Abuse Directive). Combined with its advanced technological tools, these regulatory frameworks ensure secure transactions for its participants.