bolsa y mercados

The equity trading volume on the Spanish Stock Exchange in 2013 totalled €703.6 billion, up 0.67% from a year earlier. The trading volume in December came in at €60.2 billion, down 10.1% from the previous month and up 5.45% year on year.

Madrid, 15 ene (EFE).- La Bolsa española ha subido hoy el 1,38 por ciento y ha recuperado el nivel de 10.500 puntos, con lo que se sitúa en precios de mayo de 2011, impulsada por los máximos históricos de Wall Street y Fráncfort después de que el Banco Mundial mejorara las previsiones de 2014 de la economía planetaria.

La bolsa española, también con el apoyo de la banca, superaba la cota de 10.500 puntos una hora y media antes del cierre, nivel que afianzaba al término de la jornada mientras el petróleo Brent subía de 106 a 107,5 dólares.

The trading volume recorded in 2013 on the segment for Growth Companies of the MAB market reached €279 million, more than five times as much as in 2012. The number of securities traded in 2013 exceeded 87 million, double the amount of the previous year, while the number of transactions was 62,971, eight times as much as in 2012.

Public Debt traded on SENAF, the wholesale electronic Public Debt platform, reached €8.3 billion in December, six times as high as in December 2012. The trading volume for the year showed a similar upward trend, with €66.8 billion traded and a 66% year on year rise.

In December trading in the Derivatives market came in at 6.4 million contracts, with heavy trading in Index Futures, at 628,924 contracts, up 86% from the same month a year earlier.