In this section of the page, you will find all the information you need to understand how Ibex 35 (Bolsa de Madrid) dividends work. In addition, you will be able to consult the payment date, the ex-dividend date, the last day to be entitled to the payment, the money to be received per share, the yield and any other doubts that may arise.

Information about Ibex 35

The IBEX 35 is the main stock market index of the Madrid Stock Exchange in Spain. It was founded in 1992 and is made up of the 35 most important companies and enterprises listed on the Spanish continuous market.

This index reflects the performance of the Spanish market and is weighted by market capitalization, which means that companies with a higher market capitalization have a higher weight in the index.

Practically all IBEX 35 companies pay dividends, some of the best known being Banco Santander, Inditex, Repsol, BBVA and others.

How is the value of the Ibex35 calculated?

To determine the daily value of the Ibex 35 stock market index, the following mathematical formula is used based on the capitalization of the companies that comprise it:

Ibex 35(t) = Ibex 35(t - 1) × Σ Capi(t) / [ Σ Capi(t - 1) ± J ]

In addition, an adjustment coefficient J is used to prevent financial operations such as capital increases or reductions from drastically affecting the share price.

The value of the Ibex on day t is obtained by multiplying the value of the Ibex on the previous day (day t-1) by a percentage calculated from the sum of the capitalizations of the 35 companies on day t, divided by the sum of the capitalizations on day t-1.

In case you are not familiar with it, the daily capitalization of a specific company is obtained by multiplying the number of shares by the listed value of that company on that day.

If today the Ibex closed at 10,000 points, the total capitalization of the 35 companies today would be approximately 400 billion. If tomorrow the capitalization, at the close, amounted to 405,000 million, the final closing of the Ibex, tomorrow would be:

Ibex 35 (specific day) = 10,000 x 405/400 = 10,125 basis points.

How can I invest in Ibex 35 shares and receive dividends?

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Dividends schedule Ibex 35

CompanyEx-DividendAmountPayment DateConfirmed
Logo de Fluidra
12/01/20230.35 €12/05/2023Check Icon
Logo de Telefónica
12/12/20230.15 €12/14/2023Check Icon
Logo de Enagás
12/15/20230.695 €12/19/2023Cross Icon
Logo de Sacyr
12/15/20230.055 €01/01/2024Cross Icon
Logo de Banco de Sabadell
Banco de SabadellSAB
12/27/20230.03 €12/29/2023Check Icon

Latest Dividends Ibex 35

CompanyEx-DividendAmountPayment Date
Logo de Mapfre
11/28/20230.0603 €11/30/2023
Logo de Merlin Properties
Merlin PropertiesMRL
11/24/20230.2 €12/12/2023
Logo de Cellnex Telecom
Cellnex TelecomCLNX
11/21/20230.04035 €11/23/2023
Logo de ArcelorMittal
11/13/20230.22 €12/07/2023
Logo de Bankinter
09/25/20230.12808265 €09/27/2023
Logo de Unicaja Banco
Unicaja BancoUNI
04/12/20230.048431 €04/14/2023

Graph of companies divided by sector Ibex 35

Most profitable dividends Ibex 35

Logo de Enagás
10.50 %
Logo de Endesa
8.21 %
Logo de Telefónica
7.85 %
Logo de Mapfre
7.05 %
Logo de Naturgy Energy
Naturgy EnergyNTGY
7.04 %
Logo de Red Eléctrica
Red EléctricaRED
6.70 %
Logo de Bankinter
6.58 %
Logo de Logista
6.14 %
Logo de Acerinox
5.95 %
Logo de International Airlines Group
International Airlines GroupIAG
5.65 %

Table of companies divided by sector Ibex 35

In the following table you can see to which sector each of the companies belongs:

Public ServicesEnagás, Endesa, Naturgy Energy, Red Eléctrica, Iberdrola, Acciona Energías Renovables, Solaria
Communications ServicesTelefónica
Financial ServicesMapfre, Bankinter, BBVA, CaixaBank, Unicaja Banco, Banco Santander, Banco de Sabadell
IndustryLogista, International Airlines Group, Actividades de Construcción y Servicios, Sacyr, Fluidra, Acciona, Aena, Ferrovial
Basic MaterialsAcerinox, ArcelorMittal
Real EstateMeliá Hotels International, Merlin Properties, Inmobiliaria Colonial, Cellnex Telecom
Health CareLaboratorios Farmacéuticos Rovi, Grifols
Cyclical Consumer ProductsInditex, Amadeus IT Group
TechnologyIndra Sistemas

Ibex 35 Companies with dividends

Below is a list of Bolsa de Madrid companies that pay dividends:

AccionaAcciona Energías RenovablesAcerinoxActividades de Construcción y ServiciosAenaAmadeus IT GroupArcelorMittalBanco de SabadellBanco SantanderBankinterBBVACaixaBankCellnex TelecomEnagásEndesaFerrovialFluidraGrifolsIberdrolaInditexIndra SistemasInmobiliaria ColonialInternational Airlines GroupLaboratorios Farmacéuticos RoviLogistaMapfreMeliá Hotels InternationalMerlin PropertiesNaturgy EnergyRed EléctricaRepsolSacyrSiemens GamesaSolariaTelefónicaUnicaja Banco