Spanish stock market index Ibex-35 fell 0.63 percent on Friday to close at 10,879.30 points, down from the 10,947.90 points.
Share values were down 2.7 percent in the week as a whole, which was marked by the Yuan devaluation that caused tension within financial markets.
Spain's risk premium stood at 136.20 points on Friday closing time, rising from the 127.50 points of Monday, while Spain's 10-year interest rate rose slightly from the 1.975 percent of Monday to 2.012 percent on Friday.
On Friday session, OHL shares led falls losing 3.04 percent, followed by Banco Sabadell, Banco Popular, Bankia, Gamesa and FCC that lost 2.98 percent, 2.43 percent, 2.42 percent, 1.80 percent and 1.76 percent respectively.
On the other hand, AENA shares led rises climbing 2.66 percent, followed by IAG, Bankinter, Endesa, Indra A and Amadeus that rose 1.38 percent, 0.64 percent, 0.36 percent, 0.20 percent and 0.04 percent respectively.