Madrid, 17 years old (Europe TV)
The Madrid Stock Exchange Ibex 35 index started Friday’s session with a decline of 0.55%, resulting in Madrid selective trading at 8,334.10 integers, after knowing in recent days the position of the major central banks, with notable differences between Europeans. The Central Bank (ECB) and the US Federal Reserve (Fed) are how they approach the coming months.
At the start of the session in the Plaza de la Lealtad, the most noticeable drop among the values that make up the Ibex 35 corresponds to Enagas, with a decrease of 5.02%, followed by Cellnex, which lost 3.99%, and then Gamesa who left 2.07%.
By contrast, among the few increases in selectivity, the 0.13% increase in Amadeus and the 0.03% increase in Indra shares stood out.
Among the IBEX 35 banking sector representatives, Santander shares lost 0.53%, while Caixabank shares fell 1.23% and BBVA shares fell 1.38%. For its part, Bankinter lost 1.08% at the opening and Sabadell 1.70%.
The rest of the main stock markets on the Old Continent posted a mixed open, with Frankfurt’s Dax losing 0.21% and Paris’s Cac 40 dropping 0.14%, while London’s Ftse100 Index is up 0.16%.
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