MADRID, 1 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Indra's shares led the rise of the Ibex 35 at 9:35 a.m., rising 4%, to 12.42 euros per share, after the company announced yesterday, after the market closed, an increase in its net profit for 20% in 2022, up to 172 million euros.
This increase in profit will allow the technology company to raise the dividend for 2022 to 0.25 euros, compared to 0.15 euros the previous year.
Indra also reported that its revenue grew by 14% in 2022, to 3,851 million euros, thanks to Minsait, which billed 18% more, and its Defense division, which increased its business volume by 6%.
For their part, Colonial and Acerinox, which also published their results after the market close yesterday, led the declines in the selective, with a fall of more than 2% in both cases.
Specifically, Colonial's shares fell 2.5%, to 6.61 euros per share, while those of Acerinox fell 2.1%, placing the share price at 10.15 euros.
According to the information communicated yesterday by both companies to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV), Acerinox obtained a net profit of 556 million euros last year, 2.7% less than in 2021, while Colonial reduced its profits 98%, up to 8 million euros, due to the accounting impact of the variation in the value of its assets.