The Ibex-35 closed this Friday at 8,390.60 points, which represents a drop of 3.68% compared to the 8,711.20 points at which the session ended on Thursday.

It has been a day in which all the values ​​that make up the selection ended the day in negative. This is the biggest drop recorded by the Ibex since March 3.

With this fall, the selective Spanish stock market chains two consecutive days in negative in which it has fallen by 5.11%, falling back to levels not registered since May 20, the last day in which it had been below 8,500 points.

From May 21 and until the fall of this Friday, the selective had remained between 8,600 and 8,900 points, a threshold that it exceeded for several days at the end of May.

The biggest falls of the day were led by banks, which took over the five biggest declines of the day with BBVA dropping 9.13%, CaixaBank 7.12%, Santander 7.09%, Bankinter 6.74% and Banco Sabadell 6.53%.

The only companies with falls below 1% were Aena (-0.14%), Siemens Gamesa (-0.44%) and Red Eléctrica (-0.87%).

As for the companies with the largest capitalization, in addition to BBVA and Santander, Inditex fell 4%, Iberdrola fell 2.64% and Cellnex fell 1.02%.

The risk premium, meanwhile, worsened to around 126.50 points, above the 117.70 points at which it ended the previous day.

This indicator remains above 100 points at the close uninterruptedly since last April 27

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