International investors own half of listed shares in Spain

Eugenia Jiménez
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International investors own a record 48.1% of the Spanish stock market in July, according to a recently-published report from BME's Research Department on the share ownership structure in Spain. The figure is 2% up from last year, reaching the ownership of Spanish listed shares by non-resident investors a record high, July's data from the Spanish stock market operator (BME) reflects.    The report also suggests that share ownership by foreign investors of Spanish listed companies is greater, more diversified and transparent than that of non-listed, since these investors account...

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