1. The electoral "aguinaldo" of Sánchez: the minimum wage rises by 22.3% and that of the civil servants by 2.25%. The Government has approved by royal decree a minimum wage increase of 22.3% to 900 euros per month in 14 monthly payments. The Minister of Education and government spokesperson, Isabel Celaá, has called it « the highest minimum wage since 1977 » and highlighted that will benefit mostly women.
2. The normality prevails until noon during the day of strike called in Renfe. The strike day called for this Friday between the workers of Renfe and Adif by CGT It runs without incidents, according to the companies and the convening trade union center, which have indicated that the minimum services set by Fomento are being met.
3.Amancio Ortega buys a building in the middle of the financial district of Washington for 335 million euros. The largest shareholder of Inditex and founder of the Spanish textile group Amancio Ortega continues to expand its real estate empire, through Pontegadea Real Estate after having acquired a building in the financial district of Washington for 385.4 million dollars (335 million euros) to a joint venture between JP Morgan and the JBG Smith fund.
4. The KKR fund offers six euros per share in its exclusion bid on Telepizza. The US KKR fund offers six euros per share in its exclusion bid for Telepizza, with which it intends to become with control of 72% of the titles that still does not have, in an operation that can reach up to 431.7 million euros.
5. SEPI «places» the former socialist minister Miguel Sebastián as a director of Indra. The former Socialist Minister of Industry between 2008 and 2011, Miguel Sebastián, has been proposed by the Board of Directors of SEPI as a proprietary director at Indra, a Spanish multinational owned by this public company by 18.7%, as confirmed by the company.