MADRID, 17 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ibex 35 has started the session this Friday, the last of the week, with a decline of 0.66%, which has led the selective to lose the level of 9,300 points.
Specifically, the Madrid parquet opened the day at 9,265 points after it ended yesterday at 9,327 points, the maximum level recorded by the selective since the end of February 2020, shortly before the Covid pandemic was declared.
Investors will continue to await new business results today and some macroeconomic data, such as the French CPI.
Within the Ibex 35, the biggest rises in the first minutes of the session were registered by CaixaBank and Sacyr, both with a rise of 0.6%, followed by Bankinter and Repsol, whose shares appreciated by 0.4%, and Logista, which gained 0.3%.
In contrast, the biggest decreases came from Ferrovial (-3.1%), Grifols (-2.2%), Fluidra (-1.2%) and Amadeus and ArcelorMittal, which each lost 1% .
The main European squares also woke up negative this Friday. Frankfurt and Paris lost almost 0.8% at the opening, while Milan fell 0.6% and London fell just over 0.4%.
At the start of the European markets, the price of a barrel of Brent quality oil, a reference for the Old Continent, was trading at 83.91 dollars, with a decrease of 1.4%, while Texas stood at 77.23 dollars, with a decline of 1.6%.
In the currency market, the euro was trading at $1.0638, while in the debt market, the Spanish risk premium was around 105 basis points, with the interest required on the ten-year bond at 3.607%.