The IBEX 35 has started the session on Monday with a fall of 0.28% to quote at 9,483.4 points in a week marked by the meeting of the European Central Bank (ECB) on Wednesday and the spring summit held in Washington on International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, while investors will be awaiting any developments regarding the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU before next April 12.
The most bullish values at the start of the trading session in the Plaza de la Loaltad stood out the 0.480% increases in Mediaset and 0.412% in Bankia, ahead of the 0.364% gained by the Viscofan titles.
On the contrary, the most bearish shares of the Madrid opening were those of Aena, with a fall of 1.046%, as well as those of Siemens Gamesa, with a drop of 0.600%.
Among the representatives of the banking sector in the Ibex 35, shares of Santander and BBVA were up 0.0682% and 0.0937% respectively, while Bankinter was up 0.0839% and Caixabank was stable. On the other hand, the Sabadell shares advanced by 0.2294%.
The rest of the main stock exchanges of the Old Continent began the session without definite direction, with the Dax of Frankfurt down 0.25%, while the Parisian Cac 40 yielded 0.03% and the Londoner Ftse 100 opened the session flat.
In the secondary debt market, the interest required on Spanish debt with a ten-year maturity was at 1.11%, while the risk premium remained slightly above 110 basis points.