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“Now is a good time to pick out companies that know best how to reorient their business”

We are heading for a new normal, a new world after the pandemic. Many companies will therefore be considering how to refocus their businesses — especially those in the hardest hit industries like tourism, for example.

Alberto Matellán, Chief Economist at MAPFRE Inversión, believes the market has a more positive tone thanks to a better perception of the health and economic data as well as the abundant liquidity. However, he remains cautious since there will still be some tense times with high volatility.

In an interview on the A Media Sesión program on Radio Intereconomía, he says that “now is the time to wager on a wide selection of companies, using a reliable analyst and manager to identify which companies will come out of this crisis on top.

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