|Bid||0.00 x 17700|
|Ask||0.00 x 7700|
|Day's range||30.88 - 31.61|
|52-week range||25.93 - 36.75|
|PE ratio (TTM)||12.53|
|Dividend & yield||0.96 (2.49%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
MILAN/DUESSELDORF (Reuters) - Italian toll-road operator Atlantia (ATL.MI) is prepared to raise its takeover bid for Spanish rival Abertis to up to about 17.8 billion euros ($21 billion) should a rival offer by builder ACS materialise, three sources close to the matter said. Atlantia this week formally launched a cash and share offer that values Abertis (ABE.MC) at around 17 billion euros - or about 17 euros per share - in a deal that would create the world's biggest toll-road operator. The sources on Friday said Atlantia was prepared to offer up to 18 euros per share, if necessary.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Japan's Mitsui & Co plans to build a desalination plant for BHP Billiton Plc's (BLT.L) Spence copper mine in Chile, it said on Thurday. Mitsui is building the plant through a joint ...
Japan's Mitsui & Co plans to build a desalination plant for BHP Billiton Plc's Spence copper mine in Chile, it said on Thurday. Mitsui is building the plant through a joint operation with Técnicas de Desalinazación ...
MILAN/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Italian toll-road group Atlantia's 17 billion-euro (15.19 billion pounds) bid for Spain's Abertis (ABE.MC) is set to win EU approval, sources said on Tuesday, clearing another hurdle to getting the long-awaited deal done unless a counter-bid emerges. Three sources with knowledge of the matter said that EU antitrust regulators were set to give unconditional approval to the bid on Friday. Atlantia, which announced in May its proposal to acquire Abertis to create the world's largest toll-road operator, formally launched the cash-and-shares offer on Tuesday, a day after receiving the go-ahead from the Spanish market regulator.
MADRID/MILAN (Reuters) - Spain's market watchdog approved Italian infrastructure group Atlantia's (ATL.MI) proposed takeover of Spanish rival Abertis (ABE.MC) on Monday, clearing one of the hurdles to the creation of the world's biggest toll-roads operator. Approval comes nearly five months after Atlantia announced it was offering 16.3 billion euros (14.55 billion pounds) in cash and shares to buy Abertis. Spanish regulator CNMV said in a market filing the offer was conditional on shareholders representing at least 10.1 percent of Abertis share capital accepting payment in Atlantia shares.
ROME (Reuters) - Spanish market regulator CNMV is expected to approve on Monday the prospectus of Italian infrastructure group Atlantia's (ATL.MI) takeover bid for Spanish rival Abertis (ABE.MC), a source ...
Deal-making and political turmoil in Spain livened up a flat session in Europe' stock markets on Wednesday as investors awaited pointers from the Federal Reserve on the U.S. interest rate outlook. While ...
European shares edged ahead on Wednesday, helped by good earning updates, but bank stocks hit a five-week low on growing concerns over the region's crowded election agenda this year. The STOXX 600 rose ...
European shares edged higher on Wednesday led by mining and construction stocks on a heavy day for company results. The pan-European STOXX 600 index was up 0.2 percent, but national indexes were mixed, ...