The indexIbex 35 of the Madrid Stock Exchangehas started the session this Friday without a defined trend, recording aslight fall of 0.01%in the first moments of negotiation in the Plaza de la Lealtad, which led the selective Madrid to be listed in the9,399.9 pointsin a session in which investors will be attentive to theUS employment data andof the evolution of Wall Street after Thursday's close of the US stock markets.
Among the most bullish values of the Ibex 35 at the opening of the session was the rise of 0.704%Bankiaand 0.591% ofMelia Hotels, while the sharpest decreases corresponded toArcelormittal, with a drop of 0.628%, and aEnce, with a drop of 0.347%.
For its part, Santander and BBVA posted increases of 0.2015% and 0.1573% respectively at the opening, while Bankinter rose 0.1881% and Caixabank rose 0.4939%. In turn, the Sabadell shares gained 0.4847%.
The rest of the main stock markets of the Old Continent recorded slight setbacks at the start of the day. In this way, the Dax ofFrankfurtand the Cac 40 ofParisthey lost 0.08% each, while the Londoner Ftse 100 left 0.15%.
In the secondary debt market, the yield on the 10-year Spanish bond was 0.250%, implying a differential of 65 basis points with respect to the 'bund'.