Spain’s AENA Privatization IPO Success

A surge of demand by international investors for shares in a partial privatization of Spain’s airport operator Aena in mid-February powered Aena’s stock to the top end of its price range, valuing the company at Euro 8.7 billion (US$9.9 billion). State holding company Enaire, which had owned 100% of AENA, sold 49% of the company.


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