Spanish stock market index Ibex-35 fell 0.61 percent on Friday to close at 10,779.80 points, down from the 10,846.40 points of Thursday, in a week marked by the situation in Greece and the referendum that will take place on Sunday.
Share values were down 5.2 percent in the week as a whole, with the risk premium rising by around 24 points from the 120 points of a week ago to the 144.30 points of Friday's closing time.
Spain's 10-year bond interest rate showed no big variations with a week ago standing at 2.23 percent as opposed to the 2.12 percent of seven days before.
On Friday session, AENA shares led rises climbing 3.65 percent, followed by Gamesa, Ferrovial, ArcelorMittal, OHL and ACS that rose 1.12 percent, 0.48 percent, 0.33 percent, 0.32 percent and 0.28 percent respectively.
On the other hand, Abengoa "B" shares led falls losing 2.75 percent, followed by Acerinox, Grifols, Bankia, Mapfre and FCC that lost 1.66 percent, 1.59 percent, 1.40 percent, 1.20 percent and 1.14 percent respectively.