|Bid||37.647 x 19300|
|Ask||37.985 x 19300|
|Day's range||37.483 - 37.695|
|52-week range||25.036 - 39.325|
|PE ratio (TTM)||15.02|
|Dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
A preliminary deal signed by Bouygues (BOUY.PA) last year to build and run a new terminal at Tehran's Khomeini airport has been canceled, a spokesman for the French construction group said on Friday. The memorandum of understanding awarding Bouygues the contract was agreed in January 2016. The project was hindered by the company's struggle to get financial backing from international banks, which are still wary of U.S. sanctions over their activities in Iran, online newspaper La Lettre de l'Expansion earlier reported.
The French construction and telecoms conglomerate posted an 82% increase in net profit, trouncing analyst expectations, and predicted further improvement in 2017.
France's telecom giant Bouygues stormed back to profit after winning one million new clients