It rebounds 1.47% on Friday


The Ibex 35 has closed the week with a rise of 2.9%, which has led the selective to stand at 9,464.2 points at the close of the session on Friday, compared to the 9,201.5 integers at which it closed the last Friday.

The rise in the selective, which this Friday has rebounded by 1.47%, has occurred in a week marked by the publication of company results, in addition to macroeconomic data such as unemployment or private sector activity from the PMI index.

During this Friday’s session, Banco Sabadell stood out above all, rising by 4.63%. Banco Santander (3.08%), ArcelorMittal (2.84%), Ferrovial (2.73%), Bankinter (2.58%), Fluidra (2.33%), IAG (2, 31%), Cellnex (2.13%) and CaixaBank (2.08%).

After the market close, only four stocks were trading in ‘red’ this Friday: Grifols (-1.30%), Mapfre (-0.29%), Logista (-0.26%) and Rovi (-0.24 %). Solaria has been the only company with flat growth this session.

The rest of the European markets have registered positive developments this Friday, with Frankfurt advancing 1.64%; Paris, 0.88%; Milan, 1.56%, and London, 0.04%. The Euro Stoxx 50 has closed this Friday with a rise of 1.28%.

The barrel of Brent has reached 85.47 dollars this Friday, which is 0.86% more, while the West Texas Intermediate has observed an appreciation of 1.38%, up to 79.23 dollars.

In the debt market, the yield on the Spanish 10-year bond has fallen to 3.661%, from 3.719% on Thursday. Thus, the risk premium has contracted by 2.2 points, to 94.6 basis points.

In the foreign exchange market, the euro has appreciated against the dollar and has recovered again the level of 1.06 dollars, which it had lost at the close of the session on Thursday.