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Atlantia SpA (ATL.MI)

Milan - Milan Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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22.61-0.01 (-0.04%)
At close: 05:38PM CEST
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Previous close22.62
Open22.75
Bid22.60 x 0
Ask22.83 x 0
Day's range22.61 - 22.77
52-week range14.54 - 23.15
Volume6,622,330
Avg. volume1,913,725
Market cap18.514B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.08
PE ratio (TTM)56.53
EPS (TTM)0.40
Earnings date10 Nov 2022
Forward dividend & yield0.74 (3.27%)
Ex-dividend date23 May 2022
1y target est22.10
  • Reuters

    Bank of Spain clears Benetton-Blackstone bid for Atlantia

    The multi-billion euro buyout bid for infrastructure group Atlantia proposed by the Benetton family and U.S. fund Blackstone cleared the last major regulatory hurdle on Thursday after an authorisation by the Bank of Spain. The Benetton family, which already owns 33% of Atlantia, and Blackstone still need to get one final go ahead from Italy's market watchdog Consob before they can officially launch the bid on the stock market. The bid heralds a new phase for Atlantia which sold its domestic motorway unit earlier this year to draw a line under a political dispute sparked by a deadly bridge collapse in 2018.

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    Bank of Italy clears Benetton-Blackstone's bid for Atlantia

    The Bank of Italy has cleared a multi-billion euro buyout bid for infrastructure group Atlantia proposed by the Benetton family and U.S. fund Blackstone, the two bidders said in a statement on Wednesday. The Benetton family and the U.S. fund, who have joined forces through investment vehicle Schema Alfa, aim to take the Italian airport and motorway operator private by the end of this year. The bid heralds a new phase for Atlantia which sold its domestic motorway unit earlier this year to draw a line under a political dispute sparked by a deadly bridge collapse in 2018.

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    Atlantia sells Hochtief stake to ACS for 578 million euros

    Italy's Atlantia said on Thursday it had sold its 14.46% stake in Hochtief to Spanish ACS for 577.8 million euros ($576.9 million), 51.43 euros per share, as the Italian infrastructure group pushes ahead with divesting non-core assets. The agreement with ACS also envisages a provision should ACS sell the shares acquired from Atlantia at a higher price to a third party in the 12 months after the closing of the deal.