It's often thought that the best way to deal with anomalous data points in a series is to label them "outliers" and ignore them completely. Removing thus the 16.3 billion euro April 2008 spike in Spanish exports we find that the three highest historical levels for this measure of activity are (inflation-adjusted):
Sep 2008 14.98 billion
Jan 2008 14.93 billion
Mar 2010 14.81 million
Not including negative items like unemployment, this item is (strangely given that Spain's principal problem is lack of international competitiveness) possibly the only one currently hovering near historic maxima.
Explanations invited in the comments section.
Balance of trade, by the way is at levels, although decidedly negative, not seen since summer of 2004.
Charts courtesy Extra Lettuce.