Enagás: Spain’s regulated assets lack protection against inflation


Morgan Stanley | Enagás’ recent Capital Markets Day (CMD) was a disappointment for investors. A poor growth outlook, limited capital comitment which demonstrates this, and a lack of protection against inflation in Spanish regulated assets. Despite its recent poor performance and the temptation to get rid of the shorts, I still believe that Enagas is an appropriate relative UW in the sector.

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