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Abengoa, S.A. (ABGOF)


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Previous close0.04
Open0.04
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Day's range0.04 - 0.04
52-week range0.03 - 0.83
Volume157,265
Avg. volume14,366
Market cap453.6M
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)-0.00
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
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  • Abengoa SA :ABGOF-US: Earnings Analysis: For the six months ended December 31, 2016 : March 28, 2017
    Capital Cube29 days ago

    Abengoa SA :ABGOF-US: Earnings Analysis: For the six months ended December 31, 2016 : March 28, 2017

    Categories: Yahoo Finance Get free summary analysis Abengoa SA reports financial results for the half-year ended December 31, 2016. We analyze the earnings along side the following peers of Abengoa SA – Powell Industries, Inc. (POWL-US) that have also reported for this period. Highlights Summary numbers: Revenues of USD 323.24 million, Net Earnings of USD -1,691.50 million. Gross ... Read more (Read more...)

  • Reuters5 months ago

    U.S. court backs Abengoa debt deal; bankruptcy ruling due soon

    A U.S. judge has agreed to halt U.S. creditor lawsuits against Abengoa SA, an international renewable energy company that has been waging a multi-layer battle for more than a year to avoid becoming Spain's largest ever corporate failure. A ruling on a more contentious dispute involving the Seville-based company's bankrupt U.S. subsidiary and a failed power plant is still pending. The company put its U.S. subsidiaries in Chapter 11 bankruptcy and filed for Chapter 15 protection from creditors of non-U.S. businesses earlier this year while it thrashed out a $10 billion global debt restructuring deal in Spain.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Abengoa's U.S. unit, holdout creditor spar over bankruptcy plan

    WILMINGTON, Del./CHICAGO, Dec 6 (Reuters) - A U.S. subsidiary of Spanish renewable energy firm Abengoa SA pressed a judge on Tuesday to approve its plan to exit bankruptcy over objections from a holdout creditor, who said the plan violated U.S. law by favoring the company's foreign parent. After more than three hours of testimony and arguments, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Carey in Wilmington, Delaware, said he wanted additional written submissions from the parties. Abeinsa Holding Inc is one of dozens of global Abengoa subsidiaries that filed for U.S. Chapter 11 and 15 bankruptcy this year while their Seville-based parent thrashed out a debt restructuring deal in Spain to avoid its own bankruptcy.