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A Record Breaking Spain Investors’ Day

A Record Breaking Spain Investors’ Day

There was a record attendance at this year’s Spain Investors’ Day in Madrid, the sixth time the event had been held. Around two hundred investors took part from countries including Switzerland, the UK, Germany, Belgium, France, Denmark, Canada, Singapore, The USA, Austria and Italy. From Spain, the chief executives of 40 large companies attended representing 300,000 million euros of holdings and 80 per cent of IBEX 35.

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Spain airports saw record October passengers

Spain airports saw record October passengers

As Spain’s tourism industry continues to clock up record annual numbers of international visitors, its airports are also benefiting from this boom. In October, Spain’s airports welcomed 19 million passengers, up 7.8 percent from a year earlier, and the largest number ever for the tenth month of the year. It was also the 24th consecutive year-on-year increase, according to Spanish airport operator Aena.

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Spain Commercial Premises Investment Grows

Spain Commercial Premises Investment Grows

Investment in commercial premises in Spain rose to 1.33 billion euros in 2014, an increase of 330 million euros from a year earlier, fuelled by attractive rental yields and the positive economic outlook. Financial services providers like family offices and investment funds were the most active players in the market, according to a May report by property consultants Aguirre Newman. And as Spain’s economic recovery continues, boosting consumer demand, top domestic and international retailers have been jostling for positions in prime areas in capital cities like Madrid and Barcelona.

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Spanish Banks’ Bad Loans Fall as Credit Rises

Spanish Banks’ Bad Loans Fall as Credit Rises

Over the last few months, Spanish banks have been showing that the economic recovery is slowly but surely filtering through to their balance sheets.

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Spain Property Sector Recovers Momentum

Spain Property Sector Recovers Momentum

Spain’s property market is recovering momentum as the economy returns to growth. Housing prices are widely believed to have bottomed out in the last few months and the easing of restrictions on bank credit is encouraging sales.

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Spain building sector slowly recovering

Spain building sector slowly recovering

Spain’s property sector has emerged from the doldrums in the last year as foreign investors have flocked to buy prime assets at attractive prices. And this recovery has had a positive knock-on effect on the construction industry, once a symbol of the deep crisis which dogged Spain’s economy for the best part of five years

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2014 M&A Trends In Spain

2014 M&A Trends In Spain

The number of M&A transactions completed in Europe has rebounded this year following the slump that occurred towards the end of 2013.
And Spain has been a hub of activity as the country’s recovering economy has rekindled investor confidence.

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Google to Open Business Campus in Madrid

Google to Open Business Campus in Madrid

Google is the latest international investor to bet on Spain’s economic recovery, as well as the potential contribution from its growing number of entrepreneurs.
The Californian technology giant has announced plans to open a business campus in Madrid in the first half of 2015, to provide support for technology start-ups.

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Dia Buys El Arbol

Dia Buys El Arbol

Spain’s economy is returning to growth after a deep downturn and its M&A market is also gaining momentum.
Companies across a variety of industries are seeking to increase market share to take advantage of the upturn.

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Why Now’s The Time To Invest In Spanish Real Estate

Why Now’s The Time To Invest In Spanish Real Estate

Spain’s real estate sector is emerging from the doldrums as foreign investors snap up attractively-priced apartment blocks, offices and hotels.
Not surprising, given that commercial property yields in Madrid and Barcelona have been as much as 50 percent higher than those of Paris or London in the past couple of years.

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