The low trading volume own the month of August has led to Ibex 35 to close the week almost flat. In the short term, the levels to watch on your chart are the support at 8,800 points and the resistance at 9,000.
By values and within our selective, Meliá has led the increases in the computation of the five sessions. The Mallorcan company has scored 6.67% boosted by the hotel overnight stay data, which doubled in July.
Repsol (+ 5.79%), meanwhile, has also shone this week on the stock market thanks to the rebound in crude oil, which has risen sharply before the arrival of a tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico.
Sabadell, with an advance of 5.15%, Bankinter, which has added 4.57%, and ArcelorMittal, which has risen 4.55%, have completed the top five of the weekly ranking.
In the case of the bank of Catalan origin, the increases of these days have allowed it to recover the Most bullish title throne so far this year. Specifically, excluding dividends from the calculations, its shares have risen close to 73% since January 1, a percentage slightly higher than the 70% recorded by the pool group Fluidra.
Conversely, Solaria, which last week led purchases with a revaluation of more than 11%, has been the "red lantern" of the index these days with a cut of 5.10%. In this way, the renewable energy company continues to display high volatility.
As for other of the more bearish groups these days, it is worth mentioning that Endesa (-4.61%), Electric Network (-2.91%) e Iberdrola (-2.88%) have also experienced outstanding sales in a scenario marked by the CNMC complaint about unjustified increases in the electricity bill by some marketers.
Likewise, note that Grifols (-3.75%) continues without taking off in the market and that the taking of profits has made a dent in the price of Almirall (-2.89%).