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Atlantia SpA (ATL.MI)

Milan - Milan Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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22.34+0.10 (+0.45%)
At close: 05:35PM CEST
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Previous close22.24
Bid22.22 x 0
Ask22.38 x 0
Day's range22.31 - 22.38
52-week range14.35 - 23.15
Avg. volume3,988,716
Market cap18.293B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.13
PE ratio (TTM)17.20
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.74 (3.32%)
Ex-dividend date23 May 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Benetton scion sees alliances and partnerships remaining important

    Alliances and partnerships remain important for the development of companies controlled by the Benettons, the chairman of the family's holding company Edizione said on Sunday, answering a question about the relationship with Spanish tycoon Florentino Perez. "We have to continue this vocation we have always had of respecting local partners with specific skills in the business, this will never change," Alessandro Benetton told Reuters on the sidelines of a business conference. Alessandro, son of Benetton Group founder Luciano, had been asked by Reuters if Perez would remain a partner, despite his role in an attempt by funds Brookfield and GIP to take over infrastructure group Atlantia, in which Edizione holds a controlling stake.

  • Reuters

    Benetton, Blackstone on track to secure Italy's nod for Atlantia bid - sources

    The Benetton family and U.S. fund Blackstone are on track to secure the green light from the Italian government for their takeover offer for infrastructure group Atlantia, two people close to the matter told Reuters on Friday. Rome has special "golden powers" it can use to block or set strict conditions on takeovers in strategic sectors, such as airports, defence, energy and banking. In the case of Atlantia, the golden powers apply to the group's ADR unit, which manages Rome's Fiumicino airport, and digital road toll payment unit Telepass, which handles data on traffic and banking accounts of its clients.

  • Reuters

    Benetton, Blackstone seek green light from Italy's govt for Atlantia bid

    The Benetton family and U.S. fund Blackstone have notified the Italian government about their takeover offer for Atlantia to secure Rome's green light before its launch, two sources with knowledge of the matter said on Friday. Rome has special anti-takeover "golden powers" it can use to shield strategic assets, such as airports and digital infrastructure, when there is a change in the ownership structure. The bid, which values Atlantia at 58 billion euros ($60.4 billion) including debt, was filed last week with the government, one of the sources told Reuters.