The IBEX-35 stock market in Madrid fell by 1.36 percent on Tuesday to 10,353 points closing at its lowest level since the end of July.
FCC shares, which had led falls on Monday, fell the biggest on Tuesday as well losing 5.13 percent, followed by Bankinter and Banco Popular that lost 4.32 percent and 4.07 percent respectively.
Meanwhile, Viscofan rose by 0.66 percent, Ferrovial and ACS rose by 0.56 percent and 0.24 percent respectively.
Spain’s risk premium stood at 138.8 points and Spain’s 10-year bond interest rate stood at 2.56 percent on Tuesday closing time.
The IBEX-35 rose by 0.26 percent in early trading reaching 10,523 points and Spain’s risk premium stood at 135 points.
Telefonica’s shares and Jazztel’s shares fell by 1.75 percent and by 0.39 percent respectively in the morning, while others were rising: Sacyr’s shares rose by 1.06 percent, Grifols by 0.87 percent, Red Electrica Corporacion by 0.81 percent and Inditex by 0.73 percent.
At mid-session, the IBEX-35 stock market fell by 0.34 percent with Telefonica leading falls losing 1.4 percent.
Meanwhile, Inditex rose by 0.33 percent, IAG fell by 2.07 percent and FCC and Banco Popular fell by 1.98 percent and 1.85 percent respectively.