The Ibex 35 regains 7,000 points after one month. The main Spanish selective has shot up 2.15% on Tuesday, boosted by the advance in international markets, banking and the tourism sector.

The reference index of the national market has gained 147.1 points, that 2.15%, up to 7,003.9 points, a level that it has not reached since last April 29. Annual losses decrease to 26.65%.

Investors have closely followed news related to possible vaccines for Covid-19. In fact, the US company Novavax has already announced the start of clinical trials of an experimental vaccine against coronavirus in 130 people, with what are already 10 projects underway with human trials.

After closing this Monday with a rise of 2.38%, thanks mainly to the pull of the tourist companies, which were promoted after Sánchez’s announcement that there will be a season for the sector and that it will start in early July, the Ibex 35 has once again recorded a similar rise, to 7,003.9 points.

In addition, this Tuesday it has been known that the OECD Gross Domestic Product (GDP) it fell 1.8% in the first quarter, its biggest drop since 2009.

Bullish values: Meliá in the lead

In this scenario, the biggest promotions have been presented Meliá (+ 13.64%), Sabadell (+ 10.59%), Bankia (+ 10.32%), ACS (+ 9.7%), CaixaBank (+ 8.02%), IAG (+ 7.95%), Bankinter (+ 6.66%), BBVA (+ 6.6%), Merlin (+5.91 %), Santander (+ 5.86%) and Aena (+ 5.5%).

On the contrary, they have only closed in ‘red’ Cellnex (-4.15%), Telefónica (-3.88%) and Viscofan (-3.6%). MásMóvil (-2.06%) and Red Eléctrica (-1.9%) also ended the day on the loss side.

European squares

The rest of the European exchanges have also ended the day in positives, with advances of 1.24% in London, from 1.46% in Parisof 1% in Frankfurt and 1.5% in Milan.

The barrel of petroleum West Texas Intermediate (WTI), benchmark for the United States, was trading at $ 33.65, while Brent crude, benchmark for Europe, was priced at $ 35.46.

For its part, the Spanish risk premium it gave positions up to 108 basis points, with the interest demanded on the ten-year bond at 0.614%, while the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1.0976 ‘green notes’.