The Spanish stock market rose 0.38%, up for the fifth time in a row.

Madrid, March 17 The Spanish stock market rose 0.38% on Thursday, the fifth consecutive rise thanks to the recovery in the second half of the day that led to the aftermath of Wall Street, another day marked by an oil rebound close to 10%.
The IBEX 35 index, the main indicator of the Spanish market, increased by 31.6 points (0.38%) to 8,412 whole numbers.
The selection began with gains that surpassed the pre-invasion level of Ukraine three weeks ago, but only increased when the signal changed shortly before noon and the New York market, which rose 0.5% from the Madrid closing price, reversed its initial losses.
GAI, which fell 2.73%, recorded losses, but the banking sector and Inditex stood out among the bearish values, while the biggest gain was 4.33% for Selnex, Pharma Mar, 2.42% and Repsol 2.35%.
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