buys shares for 950,000 euros

Criteria Box has re-invested in Telefónica after allocating just over 947,000 euros to the purchase of 224,204 shares of the company in the three trading days between June 25 and 29, 2020, as recorded in the records of the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV).

Specifically, Criteria Caixa acquired a total of 95,000 shares at a unit price of 4.21 euros per share, representing a total amount of 399,950 euros, while on Friday he bought 80,000 titles at 4.24 euros each, which meant a disbursement of 339,200 euros.

In this line, the firm has also maintained at the beginning of this week the purchases of Telefónica shares, as reflected in the acquisition this Monday 29 of another 49,204 titles from the telecommunications operator at a unit price of 4.23 euros, representing a disbursement of 208,132.92 euros.


Criteria, the holding company of investees of La Caixa, obtained a profit of 864 million euros in the first half of 2009, 33%

In this way, throughout the month of June, Criteria Caixa has allocated something more than three million euros to the purchase of 696,301 shares of Telefónica, since it also carried out acquisitions on June 1, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23 and 24 at a price per share of between 4.23 euros and 4 , 58 euros.

Criteria Caixa already acquired at the end of March and the first of April more than 632,000 titles from the operator for a total amount of about 2.63 million euros, coinciding with the sharp falls registered by the markets in those weeks due to the crisis generated by the worldwide coronavirus outbreak, which brought the operator to record lows.

Subsequently, the signature resumed stock purchases in May after announcing the agreement of Telefónica and Liberty Global to merge their operations in the United Kingdom into a joint venture 50% owned by both companies and the results of the first quarter were published.

Specifically, during the month of May, Criteria Caixa acquired just over 510,000 shares of the telecommunications operator for a combined amount of almost 2.14 million euros.



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