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Investment in the Spanish continuous market increases 27,6%
09 October 2019 | Vanessa Sousa

During the first semester of 2019, the flow of investment channelled towards the Spanish continuous market increased 27.6% yoy reaching 5.993 million euro.


The bet on stock from companies listed in Spain is increasing in tandem with the capital increases carried out during the same period. 53 such operations were carried out, 29% more than last year, which consolidates the companies’ trend to use this market to diversify their funding sources.

This is one of the main conclusions highlighted in the report "Bolsas y Mercado Españoles (BME): Evolución de los Negocios"(Spanish Stock Exchanges and Markets (BME): Business Evolution) concerning the first semester of 2019 and released this week by Mercado Alterativo Bursátil (MAB).

The Spanish real estate sector has seen a «rising curve» which was reflected at MAB, the Spanish secondary Stock Exchange, which welcomed 4 new companies during this period alone, and 7 more during the month of July alone. Amongst these last companies to enter MAB are: REIT Torimbia, 4 REITs owned by Inbest, Trivium and La Finca.

BME’s systems – which incorporate all of Spain’ Stock Exchanges and financial markets – already registers a total 78 REITs listed at the Stock Exchanges.