Spain's benchmark stock market index Ibex-35 rose 0.77 percent on Thursday to close at 10,991 points.
FCC shares led rises, climbing 3.81 percent, followed by Banco Popular, Amadeus, BME and ArcelorMittal that rose 2.99 percent, 2.17 percent, 1.89 percent and 1.79 percent respectively.
On the contrary, Abengoa "B" shares led falls, losing 1.40 percent, followed by Mediaset, Inditex, Enagas and Tecnicas Reunidas that lost 0.65 percent, 0.53 percent, 0.08 percent and 0.04 percent respectively.
Spain's risk premium stood at 120.80 points on Thursday closing time while Spain's 10-year bond interest rate stood at 2.283 percent.
Thursday was marked by the fact that the European Central Bank (ECB) will provide 82.6 billion euros (106.7 billion U.S. dollars) of long-term loans to banks as part of the LTRO, ECB's long term refinancing operation.
The Scottish independence referendum was also an important fact on Thursday. The Ibex-35 remained calm while waiting for the results that will be known on Friday.