Fernando Rodríguez |Bankia’s integration of BMN has transformed the stock in the eyes of analysts and fund managers: the restructuring period is over and now it’s time for growth. If the execution of the merger avoids the limited risks which it would seem to involve, the macroeconomic scenario in Spain, and interest rates on the rise in Europe, should favour the bank’s business and boost Bankia’s share price, which has already heated up of its own accord.
Unicaja has announced it has received sufficient demand to cover its stock market listing, due on June 30, and expects to raise 875 million euros. The offers presented are not binding as no definite price has yet been obtained.
MADRID | April 24, 2015 | By Fernando G. Urbaneja | Bankia held its general meeting in Valencia (headquarters of one of the integrated in the brand new boxes) this week to approve its 2014 results –the year of the firm’s regeneration– and design its future roadmap. One of its non-explicit goals is to accelerate the partial and progressive privatization of the entity before November general elections in Spain.