Spain's benchmark stock market index Ibex-35 fell 0.75 percent on Friday to close at 11,062 points, down from the 11,146.10 points of Thursday.
Uncertainties over the future of the Greek's debt continued to be an issue this week, causing losses within the Spanish stock market and a rise in Spain's risk premium and Spain's 10-year bond interest rate that surpassed 2 percent for the first time this year.
Shares values were down 1.39 percent in the week as a whole with the risk premium climbing from the 136 points of last week to 139 points of Friday closing time, reaching 142 points in the beginning of the week. Spain's 10-year bond interest rate stood at 2.23 points on Friday closing time, up from the 1.8 percent of a week ago.
OHL shares led rises on Friday's session climbing 2.14 percent, followed by IAG, FCC, Grifols and Bankinter that rose 1.76 percent, 1.42 percent, 0.42 percent and 0.18 percent respectively.
On the other hand, Gamesa shares led falls losing 2.42 percent followed by Amadeus, BME, Inditex and Telefonica that lost 2.37 percent, 2.03 percent, 1.01 percent and 1.15 percent respectively.