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The Ibex 35 continues this Monday the good data of last week and

flies again

encouraged by the increases in BBVA and Sabadell and, above all, by the news related to the Covid-19 vaccine from the Modern company.

The Spanish selective has recovered the level of 8,000 points and after the half session accumulates an advance of more than 4%.

The session had already started positively as a result of BBVA's announcement and the sale of its business in the US to the PNC group for some 9.7 billion euros.

The price of the entity chaired by Carlos Torres has shot up from the opening and is around an 18.5% rise that leaves its shares at 3.76 euros.

It is followed by

Banco Sabadell

, which also earns more than 18% and is the protagonist, along with BBVA, in the rumors of a possible corporate operation in the sector.

However, the news from the banking sector is not the only reason that is encouraging investors this Monday.

The greatest trigger has come through the

Moderna

company

, which has communicated that the effectiveness of its anti-Covid vaccine is close to 95% and that it meets the efficacy criteria required for its commercialization.

The announcement adds to that made last week by its rival

Pfizer

and once again provokes optimism regarding the recovery of the global economy.

The possibility of an effective vaccine in the coming months sheds light on the tunnel of the health crisis at a time when infections and containment measures have re-emerged around the world.

Hence the rebound in stock markets which, in the case of the Ibex 35, places it at the forefront of the main European markets.

Together with banks,

IAG

(+ 13%) and

MeliĆ”

(+ 11%) are also among the highest-earning stocks on the Spanish stock market, encouraged by the improvement in tourism prospects that the discovery of a vaccine against the virus would entail .

Merlin Properties and Repsol

, with gains of 8%, join the great advances in the selective.

On the contrary, Pharma Mar (-7%), Solaria (-4.07%), Cellnex (-3.12%), Siemens Gamesa (-2.33%) and Iberdrola (-0.35%) were listed negatively. ).

The optimism is repeated in the rest of the European squares, although with less enthusiasm.

The Cac 40 of Paris scores a 2.2% rise;

the Dax in Frankfurt, 1.3%;

the Ftse 100 in London, almost 1.8% and the Ftse Mib in Milan, 2.4%.

A barrel of West Texas Intermediate oil (WTI), the benchmark for the United States, is priced at 41.5 dollars, while Brent crude, the benchmark for Europe, marks 44.11

greenbacks

.

For its part, the Spanish risk premium remains at 65 basis points, with the interest required on the ten-year bond at 0.122%, while the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1.1845 dollars.

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