The Ibex 35 has started the week with a fall of 0.47%, reaching 9,890.3 points, in an a priori day of transition as before a week full of great macroeconomic references (meeting of the US Federal Reserve and results of Spanish banking, among others), but in which ACS has stood out as its value fell by 9.99% after a judicial setback.

Specifically, Florentino Pérez’s construction company has led the declines in the Ibex 35 after the Supreme Court has rejected Abertis’ claim to the State for 4,000 million euros in relation to the lane expansion works carried out on the AP toll highway. -7 in 2006, estimating only the granting of 33 million euros for the investments that were recognized by the Administration.

The selective has spent the session in negative territory and has consolidated the declines below the level of 9,900 points when it was penalized by ACS, while in the ‘macro’ agenda this Monday the manufacturing business index of the Dallas Fed, which fell in January to its lowest level in eight months.

For this week, investors’ attention will be on the meetings of the Federal Reserve (Fed) and the Bank of England (BoE), as well as the January employment data in the United States, both the official report, which will be released on Friday, like nonfarm payrolls.

In addition, the preliminary GDP for the fourth quarter of the eurozone, Germany, France, Spain and Italy will be known, which could reflect a slowdown in the economy in Europe.

Likewise, the stock markets will be heated by the presentation of results from the Spanish banks, after Bankinter gave the starting signal last week.

On a business level, Ezentis shares were listed again on the stock market this Monday after more than a year with trading suspended and concluded the day with an increase of 72%, at 0.1538 euros per share.

Grifols has led the rises of the Ibex 35, with an increase of 4.27%, after announcing on Friday that it has filed a lawsuit against Gotham City Research, the director, before the United States District Court of the Southern District of New York. and founder of the fund, Daniel Yu, General Industrial Partners, Cyrus de Weck and their investees to request compensation for the financial and reputational damages caused to the company and its interested parties (‘stakeholders’), as a result of the reports disseminated that questioned its accounting and its solvency.

Along with the Catalan company were Repsol (1.6%), Redeia (1.23%), Acciona Energía (1.08%) and Acerinox (0.93%). On the other hand, the biggest falls were recorded by ACS (-9.99%), Rovi (-5.56%), Sacyr (-3.19%), Banco Santander (-2.07%), Mélia Hotels (-1.89%) and Cellnex (-1.4%).

The European stock markets have closed with a mixed sign, although all with slight movements compared to Friday’s close: Paris has added 0.09 while London has subtracted 0.03%; Frankfurt 0.12% and Milan 0.48%.

In the raw materials market, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, fell 1.3% at closing time, to 82.47 dollars, while Texas stood at 76 $.85, 1.5% less.

In the foreign exchange market, the price of the euro against the dollar decreased by 0.42%, to 1.0807 ‘greenbacks’, while in the debt market the interest required on the 10-year Spanish bond has closed at 3.121% after subtracting seven basis points, while the risk premium (the differential with the German bond) has stood at 89 points.