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Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas, S.A. (FCC.MC)


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9.329-0.171 (-1.800%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous close9.500
Open9.450
Bid0.000 x 107000
Ask0.000 x 44300
Day's range9.275 - 9.491
52-week range6.920 - 9.890
Volume50,215
Avg. volume73,860
Market cap3.53B
Beta0.31
PE ratio (TTM)-28.62
EPS (TTM)-0.33
Earnings date27 Jul 2017 - 31 Jul 2017
Dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents25 days ago

    Edited Transcript of FCC.MC earnings conference call or presentation 11-May-17 7:00am GMT

    Q1 2017 Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas SA Earnings Call

  • Reuters7 months ago

    Carlos Slim consortium clinches Mexico City airport terminal project

    A consortium including a construction company controlled by billionaire Carlos Slim has clinched the terminal project at Mexico City's new $13 billion airport, Mexican officials said on Friday. The construction arm of Slim's Grupo Carso and his majority-owned FCC submitted a bid of 84.8 billion Mexican pesos ($3.98 billion) for the project, which is due to be completed in 2020. The consortium also includes Spain's Acciona and Mexican firms ICA, Constructora Y Edificadora GIA+A (GIA), Promotora y Desarrolladora Mexicana (Prodemex), and the construction unit of Grupo Hermes.

  • Reuters8 months ago

    Billionaire Carlos Slim well placed to clinch Mexico City airport terminal

    A consortium including billionaire Carlos Slim's building unit submitted the lowest bid on Wednesday in a tender for the terminal project at Mexico City's new $13 billion airport as the telecoms tycoon looks to edge out two rivals for the deal. The construction arm of Slim's Grupo Carso and his majority-owned FCC, submitted a bid of 84.8 billion pesos ($4.2 billion) for the project. A consortium led by Portuguese builder Mota Engil also threw its hat into the ring for the futuristic terminal with a 90.073 billion-peso proposal, while a group led by Mexico's Omega offered 87.5 billion pesos.