Trading suspension on Spain's Bankia to be lifted shortly
MADRID Feb 14 (Reuters) - Spain's securities regulator said on Thursday that a suspension on trading in Bankia shares would be lifted at 1030 GMT.
Trading in the stock was suspended just before 0800 GMT, after a newspaper report said that the nationalised lender's shares would be valued at 0.01 euros each in a recapitalisation.
Spain's bank restructuring fund FROB, which controls Bankia, dismissed the report, saying it had not yet decided on a valuation. (Reporting by Sarah White, Editing by Clare Kane)
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