The IBEX 35, or IBEX 35 Index, lists the 35 largest companies by market capitalization on the Madrid Stock Exchange. The IBEX 35 can be traded using exchange traded funds (ETFs) or, where permitted, through derivatives such as options, spread bets and CFDs. Guide your technical analysis with the interactive ESP35 chart and keep up to date with the latest IBEX 35 news and analysis; designed to help you trade the Spanish stock market with ease.
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