MADRID, 18 May. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The National Securities Market Commission (CNMV) has provisionally suspended the listing of Siemens Gamesa securities due to circumstances that could disrupt the normal development of operations on these securities.
Specifically, and under the protection of article 21 of the Royal Decree-Law on urgent measures for the adaptation of Spanish law to the regulations of the European Union in matters of the Stock Market, the CNMV has suspended listing on the Stock Exchanges and in the Stock Exchange Interconnection System of Siemens Gamesa shares and other securities that may give the right to their subscription, acquisition or sale.
Likewise, it suspends trading in MEFF, the Governing Body of the Derivatives Market, of the contracts on the aforementioned shares.
The CNMV's decision comes after Siemens Energy has revealed that it is considering accepting a cash offer to take its subsidiary Siemens Gamesa off the Stock Exchange, although it is not certain that said transaction will materialize.