Little more than two weeks have passed since the beginning of the year and there are already companies that are aiming high in the new financial year. This is the case of Grupo Insur, which began the year with a valuation of 7 euros per share on the Spanish stock market and which today reaches 8,600 euros intraday, a very significant figure if we take into account that the last time it managed to exceed This data was in February 2020, before the Covid-19 crisis broke out.
Likewise, in 2021 its revaluation was slightly higher than 10% in the Spanish stock market.
In a new day marked by the falls of the Spanish selective, Grupo Insur is strongly promoted and remains as the highest value of the Spanish stock market today with increases of around 1.50% to 8,600 euros intraday.
Grupo Insur Dividend
Grupo Insur ended 2021 giving its shareholders great joy with the announcement of the dividend distribution in this first part of the year on account of 2021.
Thus, yesterday, January 17, the shareholders of Grupo Insur received the payment of this dividend, which was 0.14 euros per share on the shares entitled to receive it. Likewise, the company itself announced that the withholding that would be applied, in the appropriate cases, would be the one in force at the time of payment (currently 19%), for which the net dividend per share has been 0. 1134 euros.
In addition, Ricardo Pumar, president of Grupo Insur, is clear about its objectives for this new financial year, “we expect a good financial year 2022 in all activities, in the main promotion and property, but also in the secondary construction and provision of services”.
Insur Group technical analysis
Regarding the technical indicators of the stock market, Grupo Insur is positioned with a total score of 9 out of 10 possible points in a marked upward trend. The long- and medium-term trend, the total moment, the growing volume in the long term and the decreasing amplitude range both in the long and medium term stand out as positive. As the only less favorable indicator, the long-term declining volume.