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Repsol: From Trading At A Premium To Trading At A Discount

José Benito de Vega | Moody’s has lifted Repsol’s outlook from negative to stable and confirms long- term debt rating at Baa2. Analysts were expecting this upgrading after Repsol presented a new strategic plan for 2016-2020. In fact, Repsol’s stock price performance has revalued 11%, less than the Ibex, but a lot higher than the Stoxx 600 Oil & Gas (-1%).


Colonial to be included in ibex35

Colonial Joins Ibex 35 Index Ahead Of Becoming A Socimi

This coming Monday, Colonial will join the Ibex 35, meaning that Spain’s two biggest socimis will now be represented in the selective index.  The weighting of Spain’s property sector in the index will also be increased as it continues its recovery.



A transition from Banco Popular to Santander

A transition, from Popular to Santander, with a bit of a respite in between

For a few hours on June 7, Banco Popular had three owners: the previous shareholders, the FROB and Banco Santander; a quick trip, with a stop in between for a bit of a respite, before changing its skin. The Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM), in other words the ECB, decided on Tuesday that Popular was inviable and immediately started the liquidation process which begins with a bail-in.


Banco Santander 2016 results

Santander Acquires Banco Popular Paying A Notional Consideration Of €1

Banco Santander today announces that it has acquired Banco Popular. The acquisition takes place following an auction conducted by the Single Resolution Board and FROB in which Santander was elected as the successful bidder, paying a notional consideration of €1. As part of the transaction Santander will complete a rights issue for a total amount of € 7 billion . This will cover the capital and provisions required to strengthen Popular’s balance sheet.


Banco Popular will meet ECB

Banco Popular’s Very Delicate Meeting With European Regulator

Banco Popular’s management team, chairman Saracho and his CEO, Sanchez Asiain, will meet with the ECB tomorrow, according the economic press. It doesn’t seem as if there is any urgency behind the meeting, but rather that it is part of a routine monitoring process, aimed at analysing the bank’s current situation and options.


Acerinox calls for European protectionism

Acerinox Calls For More Protectionist Measures Against Asian Overcapacity

The CEO of Acerinox reiterated current week the risks which the European steel sector has been highlighting for years, given that the arrival of steel from China is detrimental to their interests. He said he expects the company’s 2017 results to be significantly higher than those of 2016, driven by the recovery in prices and in demand.




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Telefonica Movistar announces end to roaming charges in Europe

Telefonica’s Movistar has informed its clients that from June 15 it will put an end to the roaming surcharges for all its tariffs across Europe. This means that all clients with a contract, or prepaid or Fusion will have the same tariffs as they do in Spain when they travel to the EU, Iceland, Norway or Liechtenstein.