Naturgy and Bankinter, kings of the week on the Ibex 35; steel companies and Repsol suffer

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Week of modest gains on the Ibex 35of 0.41%, which has managed to hold on to the level of 10,700 points despite the current geopolitical instability and after the collection of profits with which the month of April began. However, according to BitcoinDynamic experts, the technical perspectives of our market will not fully improve until the hole is pierced. resistance located at 10,780 integers. In terms of values, the focus these days has fallen on Naturgywhose shares have risen 10.28% after learning that the Taqa group, owned by the Arab emirate of Abu Dhabi is studying offering 27 euros per share to buy 41% of the company in the hands of the CVC and GIP funds. Likewise, this week has been very favorable for Bankinter. The 'orange entity' has risen nearly 6% after announcing its accounting figures for the first quarter of the year, a period in which it earned 8.7% more.
IAG (+3.52%), whose price was weighed down last week by geopolitical tensions, has been another of the securities that has performed best, like Sabadell which has risen 3.13% in the heat of a positive recommendation from RBC and given the good situation that the financial sector is experiencing.
CaixaBank, Merlin, BBVA, Santander and Telefónica They have been other companies that have concluded these five sessions on positive ground, with progress that has ranged between 1% and 3%. ARCELORMITTAL, REPSOL AND ACERINOX LEAD THE CUTS On the contrary, the most pronounced declines this week have been those suffered by two steel companies. Specific, AcelorMittal 7.39% has been left while Acerinox has lost 5.37% as a result of a JP Morgan's valuation 'hack'.
Likewise, pronounced has been the punishment received by Repsolof 5.86%, in a process of collecting profits after the previous increases and given the containment of the price of crude oil despite the current war conflicts.
Fluidra (-3.51%), Rovi Laboratories (-3.47%), Ferrovial (-3.32%), Activate Energy (-2.93%), Indra (-2.93%), Grifols (-2.66%), Action (-2.63%) and Solaria (-1.98%) have also occupied the last positions in the weekly ranking.

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