The Ibex 35 closed the last full week of April with a rise of 4%, reaching 11,154.6 points, which represents its best close since August 2015, in a context of political uncertainty caused by the president’s decision. of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, to reflect these days on his continuity in office.

Precisely, Sánchez’s decision will be the great reference that investors will have next week, something that will be combined with the publication of a multitude of results from Spanish companies.

Only in this Friday’s session, the selective of the Spanish Stock Exchanges and markets has advanced 1.56%, which implies an increase of more than 170 points.

During this week, in which the Ibex has progressed more than 400 points, investors have known the results of several listed companies, such as Mapfre, Banco Sabadell, Repsol, Enagás or Iberdrola.

On the other hand, in recent days investors have also had the reference of the Eurozone PMI index, which has shown that the growth of private sector activity in the Eurozone has accelerated in April to highs in the last eleven months, driven by the continued expansion of the services sector.

Likewise, it was learned that the confidence of German businessmen has improved in April for the third consecutive month, as reflected in the index prepared by the Munich Economic Research Institute (Ifo).

“The week was marked by lower-than-expected GDP data in the United States and a new spike in inflation, which has raised fears about a process of stagflation, which is characterized by low growth and high inflation,” indicated XTB analyst, Joaquín Robles.

In this context, BBVA has been the main bullish value this Friday (4.57%), ahead of Acciona (4.10%), Grifols (3.71%), Banco Sabadell (3.27%), Acciona Energy (2.72%), Banco Santander (2.16%), Merlin (2.03%) and CaixaBank (1.95%).

On the other hand, this Friday only four stocks closed the session with falls: Repsol (-1.90%), Redeia (-0.45%), Acerinox (-0.10%) and Naturgy (-0.09% ).

The evolution this Friday has also been positive for the rest of the main European stock markets. London has advanced 0.75%; Paris, 0.89%; Frankfurt, 1.36%; and Milan, 0.91%.

Likewise, a barrel of Brent stood at $89.39 at the close of the European stock market session, up 0.43%; while the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) reached $83.89, 0.38% more.

The yield on the Spanish bond with a 10-year maturity closed the week at 3.360%, from 3.433% recorded on Thursday. In this way, the risk premium against German debt has fallen by almost two points, to 78.5 basis points.

In the foreign exchange market, the euro depreciated 0.41% against the dollar at the end of the European trading session, registering an exchange rate of 1.0686 ‘greenbacks’ for each euro.