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Solaria, Iberdrola and Almirall, bullish trio of the week on the Ibex 35



Cuts week on the Ibex 35, 0.94%, given the disappointing macroeconomic data published in China and the United States, due to the fear that the withdrawal of monetary stimuli by the Fed will start earlier than expected, and due to the persistence of Covid-19, Inter alia.

By values, Solaria, a security that has been involved in great volatility in recent months, has led the weekly increases in the Ibex 35. Specifically, the group has added 11.43% driven by the new auction for the allocation of renewable energy projects announced by the Government.

Iberdrola, for its part, has once again established itself as the refugee company for investors when they are badly given and its shares have scored 6.01%, a percentage similar to that harvested by Almirall (+ 5.67%), whose price has been boosted by the good results obtained in clinical trials of one of its drugs in development.

Similarly, it is worth mentioning PharmaMar (+ 5.06%), which has rebounded with desire to key support that it has in the vicinity of 66 euros, to Grifols (+ 3.69%) and Cellnex (+ 3.29%), which remains unstoppable and whose capitalization already exceeds 40,000 million.

At the bottom of the table, on the contrary, ArcelorMittal (-8.78%) has led the losses in an expected collection of benefits in the value and in the face of fears of a slowdown in growth.

The correction has also been intense in the two large banks (BBVA and Santander), which have been left more than 5% in the computation of the five sessions and in Acerinox, which has fallen by 5.30%.

Similarly, concern about the Delta variant has weighed down the large tourism companies in the index. A) Yes, Amadeus, IAG and Meliá have closed the week with cuts close to 5%.

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Weekly variations Ibex 35

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