Updated Saturday, May 30, 2020 - 22:23

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On March 12, the Spanish stock market suffered the biggest crash in its history. The Ibex lost more than 14% at the close of the session and pessimism emerged among investors in the face of a crisis of magnitudes still unknown in modern economic history. But where some saw a debacle linked to the health pandemic that was reaching Europe at the time, others saw important opportunities to invest in what they considered to be excessive punishment for their companies. It is the case of the ve

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