Spanish stock exchanges and Markets( BME), through its technology subsidiary BME Inntech, has developed the online trading platform for Banco Mediolanum, which allows to operate in the main national and international equity and derivative markets in a flexible, fast and easy way.
This new platform, called the Mediolanum Market Trader, allows you to customize the display fields of each market and to know the 5 best positions of purchase and sale.
In addition, thanks to this trading tool, users of the platform will be able to analyze the market trend thanks to the generation of graphs, indicators and oscillators in real time, being able to save their own studies and analyses.
BME’s trading and trading solutions provide services that cover the entire value chain to financial institutions, thanks to the development and implementation of the best high-performance technological tools for all agents or members of the financial sector.
Thus, the Spanish selective began the session with the 9,200 points, with all the values in red, except Mósmóvil that advanced 0.7%, after it became known that the book Beige of the Federal Reserve (Fed) has reinforced the idea that at the next monetary policy meeting of the agency, which will take place on 31 July, there will be a reduction in the interest rates.
On the loss side were ACS, which lost 4.2%, followed by Enagás (-2.2%), Bankia (-1.9%), Bankinter (-1.8%), ArcelorMittal (-1.7%), Caixabank (-1.5%) and Corporación electric grid (-1.5%).
Finally, the price of the euro against the dollar stood at 1,1238 ‘greenbacks’, while the Spanish risk premium stood at 74 basis points, with the interest demanded by the bond to ten years at 0.3%.