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The Ibex 35 starts with the fall of a key week for the future of Brexit and the ECB

The Ibex 35 has begun the session on Monday with a decline of 0,43%, which led to the selective madrid to become listed on the 8.777,7 points , after a lousy data of GDP in Japan, where the economy contracted by 2.5% annually in the third quarter, and with the eyes of the investors, pending the vote in the Uk's plan to the Brexit and the meeting this Thursday of the governing Council of the European Central Bank ( ECB ).

In the first few minutes of trading, Endesa , with a rise of 0,495%, and Drives , with a rebound in 0,349%, were leading the rises in the Ibex 35 . For its part, the falls most pronounced in the opening of madrid were Mediaset (-2,700%), ahead of the ArcelorMittal (-2,352%) and Siemens Gamesa (-1,226%).

Among the representatives of the banking sector in the selective madrid, the titles of Santander and BBVA recording increases in the 0,2136% and 0,2025%, while Bankinter won a 0,327% and Bankia a 0,328%, while the Sabadell remained stable.

The rest of the major markets of the Old Continent also recorded slight decreases in the opening. In this way, the Dax of Frankfurt ceded by 0.21%, while the parisian Acc 40 it was left to a 0.33 per cent and the Ftse 100 in London lost a 0,24%.

In the secondary market of debt, the risk premium offered to investors for Spanish bonds to ten years stood at 121,30 basis points, with a yield of 1,454%.

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