After the initial scare on Monday, when the Ibex 35 reached the verge of 8,300 points, the Stock Exchanges have been climbing positions and regaining the optimism derived from the vaccination process. In this scenario, our selective has closed with a weekly advance of 2.48%while, on Wall Street, the technological Nasdaq 100 and the S&P 500 have set new all-time highs.
By values, Indra, which is already trading at around 8 euros per share, has led the comeback after appreciating 7.04% in the computation of the five sessions. The global steel giant ArcelorMittal It has also risen with enthusiasm and an advance of 6.61% has been noted; while Bankinter, which has added 6.57% after presenting results; BBVA, which has risen by 5.42%; Y Acerinox, whose titles have climbed 4.74%, have completed the 'Top' five of the weekly ranking.
Similarly, it is worth mentioning Fluidra, whose price continues to rise and that, after scoring 4.64% these days and exceeding the resistance of 36 euros, could go without long to the area of 40 euros, as highlighted by analysts at Bolsamanía.
At the bottom of the table, only two companies have remained in the red: Meliá Hotels, which has lost 1.76% while waiting to see how the summer tourist campaign evolves; Y Ferrovial, which has been left 0.73%. Likewise, the recovery has been quite elusive for IAG, Repsol, Grifols and Aena, whose rebounds were less than 1%.