The Ibex 35 has closed the session this Thursday with an advance of 0.35%, which has led it to stand at 9,327.3 integers, the maximum level registered by the selective since the end of February 2020, that is, shortly before the start of the lockdowns due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The day is marked, once again, by the presentation of results. First thing in the morning, it was known that Repsol obtained a net result of 4,251 million euros in 2022, which represents an increase of 70% compared to the previous year.

In the Spanish selective, the rise of Grifols of 2.47% stands out, after announcing this past Wednesday a plan to save 400 million euros a year that includes 2,300 layoffs, a hundred in Spain.

Behind, Santander (2.39%), CaixaBank (2.00%), Telefónica (1.89%), BBVA (1.86%), Sabadell (1.63%) and ArcelorMittal (1, 37%). On the downside, Acciona (-2.34%), Amadeus (-2.20%), Cellnex (-2.19%), IAG (-0.85%) and Logista (-0.81 %).

Regarding the rest of the European stock markets, Milan has closed with a rise of 1.16%, followed by Paris, with a revaluation of 0.89%, and Frankfurt and London, which have advanced by 0.18% each.

The barrel of Brent remained up 0.33% to mark a price of 85.62 dollars, while the West Texas Intermediate reached 78.91 dollars, 0.45% more.

The return on the secondary debt market of the Spanish bond with a maturity of 10 years fell slightly compared to Wednesday, standing at 3.434%, from the previous 3.429%. Thus, the risk premium on German bonds rose two tenths, to 96.1 basis points. In the last few hours, the euro has gained some strength against the dollar and stood at $1.0685 per euro.