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Telefonica CEO acquires 100,000 company shares

Friday 23 August 2019 | 14:39 CET | News
Telefonica's chairman and chief executive officer Jose Maria Alvarez-Pallete has acquired a total of 100,000 of the company's shares this week for a total of just under EUR 600,000, reports business daily Expansion, citing data from securities market regulator CNMV. The CEO acquired the shares on 21 August at a unit price of EUR 5.98 to increase his stake in the company from 0.043 to 0.045 percent, with a current market value of around EUR 14 million.

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