FER.MC - Ferrovial, S.A.

MCE - MCE Delayed price. Currency in EUR
17.805
-0.155 (-0.86%)
As of 3:14PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close17.960
Open17.880
Bid17.805 x 10000
Ask17.810 x 126800
Day's range17.695 - 17.890
52-week range16.120 - 20.260
Volume817,960
Avg. volume1,429,464
Market cap13.072B
Beta0.78
PE ratio (TTM)58.57
EPS (TTM)0.304
Earnings date26 Jul 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est20.90
  • Reuters - UK Focus2 hours ago

    British lawmakers set to vote on Heathrow Airport runway plan

    British lawmakers will vote on whether to build a new runway at London's Heathrow Airport on Monday, potentially paving the way for the airport's expansion after decades of delays and policy U-turns. The government is expected to win the vote, although the result could be close as the issue has split lawmakers regardless of their party lines, with some opposed to the extra noise and air pollution it will bring to London. Heathrow is Europe's busiest airport and operating at full capacity.

  • Ferrovial SA.’s (BME:FER) Earnings Dropped -24.06%, How Did It Fare Against The Industry?
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  • Reuters19 days ago

    Explainer - London's new runway: progress at last but no take off yet

    British lawmakers could approve the expansion of Heathrow this month, moving London's largest airport closer to building a new runway than it has been for years, but hurdles remain after decades of indecision and false starts. Owned by Spain's Ferrovial, Qatar Investment Authority and China Investment Corporation among others, Heathrow is Europe's busiest airport but is now operating at full capacity. Heathrow says the runway would be operational by 2026.

  • Heathrow expansion faces challenge as Labour casts doubt over support
    Reuters19 days ago

    Heathrow expansion faces challenge as Labour casts doubt over support

    The British government's plan to build a new runway at London's Heathrow Airport faces a potential new challenge as the opposition Labour party has indicated that its members may vote against it. Senior ministers backed plans for a new runway at Heathrow on Tuesday, opening the way for a parliamentary vote within the next few weeks, following decades of delays. A spokesman for Labour said on Wednesday that the party's initial response was that the government's policy did not meet its four tests on addressing noise issues, protecting air quality, supporting growth across the country and not breaching the UK's climate change obligations.

  • Reuters - UK Focus19 days ago

    EXPLAINER-London's new runway: progress at last but no take off yet

    British lawmakers could approve the expansion of Heathrow this month, moving London's largest airport closer to building a new runway than it has been for years, but hurdles remain after decades of indecision and false starts. Owned by Spain's Ferrovial (Amsterdam: FV6.AS - news) , Qatar Investment Authority and China Investment Corporation among others, Heathrow is Europe's busiest airport but is now operating at full capacity. Heathrow says the runway would be operational by 2026.

  • Reuters - UK Focus19 days ago

    Heathrow expansion faces challenge as Labour casts doubt over support

    The British government's plan to build a new runway at London's Heathrow Airport faces a potential new challenge as the opposition Labour party has indicated that its members may vote against it. Senior (Other OTC: SNIRF - news) ministers backed plans for a new runway at Heathrow on Tuesday, opening the way for a parliamentary vote within the next few weeks, following decades of delays. A spokesman for Labour said on Wednesday that the party's initial response was that the government's policy did not meet its four tests on addressing noise issues, protecting air quality, supporting growth across the country and not breaching the UK's climate change obligations.

  • Reuters - UK Focus19 days ago

    UK PM May promises lawmakers a timely vote on Heathrow airport expansion

    British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday that she would ensure a vote on building a third runway at Heathrow airport would come to parliament in a timely manner. "We will ensure that this vote is brought to this House in a timely fashion - there is a requirement for it to be brought within a certain period of time and we will ensure that that happens," May told parliament. May's ministers backed plans for the new runway on Tuesday, opening the way for a parliamentary vote after decades of delays.

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 days ago

    Heathrow approval shows government committed to post-Brexit connections - spokesman

    Britain's decision to back plans for a new runway at London's Heathrow airport show the government is committed to keeping London well connected after Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said on Tuesday. "Today's decision to support Heathrow's expansion demonstrates this government's commitment to deliver the jobs and major infrastructure which this country needs to thrive," he told reporters.

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 days ago

    British ministers back new Heathrow runway

    British ministers backed plans for a new runway at London's Heathrow airport on Tuesday, opening the way for a parliamentary vote after decades of delays, although the project could still face challenges before building starts. Heathrow is Europe's busiest airport but is now operating at full capacity. In the past, plans to expand the airport have faced opposition from local communities and environmentalists but the current 14 billion pound ($18.5 billion) expansion plan is making progress.

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 days ago

    UK cabinet backs Heathrow expansion

    Britain's transport minister said on Tuesday that senior government ministers have backed the expansion of Heathrow Airport, paving the way for lawmakers to vote on the new runway within the next 21 days. ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 days ago

    Decision on Britain's aviation plans to be announced shortly - PM May's spokesman

    A decision on Britain's aviation strategy will be announced later today, a spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday, referring to a decision on whether the government will back plans for a new runway at Heathrow airport. "Cabinet ... discussed the government's airports national policy statement," the spokesman told reporters.

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  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK transport minister says cost of Heathrow must be kept down

    The cost of expanding Heathrow Airport (Shanghai: 600463.SS - news) must be kept down, British transport minister Chris Grayling said on Thursday, heeding airline warnings that the airport's new runway must not be so expensive that passengers end up paying higher prices. Heathrow is Europe's busiest airport but it is now full. Grayling gave an insight into the government's position in a speech, saying the new runway should not result in passengers paying much higher ticket prices.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Heathrow Airport expansion on track despite election delay - UK transport minister

    The expansion of Europe's biggest airport Heathrow is on track despite a delay in the consultation process due to last year's parliamentary election, Britain's Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said on Friday. British lawmakers will vote on whether to give a green light to a third runway at Heathrow before July, and earlier on Friday a committee had said that approval should only happen if the airport promises to keep fees flat. The only delay to the process we've had is the general election which delayed the parliamentary scrutiny by four months but this is a project that's on track," Grayling told BBC radio.

  • Britain should make flat airport fees condition of new runway - MP committee
    Reuters3 months ago

    Britain should make flat airport fees condition of new runway - MP committee

    Britain should only approve Heathrow Airport's plan to build a new runway if it keeps fees flat to protect consumers, a parliament committee said, as it made recommendations on air quality and noise ahead of a parliamentary vote. MPs will vote on whether to give the expansion of Heathrow the green light before July, but first the policy details on which they will vote must be finalised. Publishing its recommendations, the Transport Select Committee said the government needed to add safeguards to its Airports National Policy Statement to make sure passengers, communities and the environment were protected, and help ensure it finally gets built after decades of delays.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Britain should make flat airport fees condition of new runway -lawmaker committee

    Britain should only approve Heathrow Airport's plan to build a new runway if it keeps fees flat to protect consumers, a parliament committee said, as it made recommendations on air quality and noise ahead of a parliamentary vote. British lawmakers will vote on whether to give the expansion of Heathrow the green light before July, but first the policy details on which they will vote must be finalised. Publishing its recommendations, the Transport Select Committee said the government needed to add safeguards to its Airports National Policy Statement to make sure passengers, communities and the environment were protected, and help ensure it finally gets built after decades of delays.

  • Heathrow and Stansted push for airports expansion to face down European rivals
    Reuters4 months ago

    Heathrow and Stansted push for airports expansion to face down European rivals

    Britain's biggest airport Heathrow pressed the government to give the go-ahead to a new runway before the summer on Thursday while rival Stansted said it also wanted to expand as London's airports position themselves for more competition after Brexit. Britain backed a $22 billion expansion of Heathrow in 2016, ending 25 years of indecision. It is due to approve a third runway at Heathrow in the first half of 2018 and the airport's chief executive said he is concerned that any delay would cause it to fall behind its major European rivals.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Heathrow and Stansted push for airports expansion to face down European rivals

    Britain's biggest airport Heathrow pressed the government to give the go-ahead to a new runway before the summer on Thursday while rival Stansted said it also wanted to expand as London's airports position themselves for more competition after Brexit. Britain backed a $22 billion expansion of Heathrow in 2016, ending 25 years of indecision. It is due to approve a third runway at Heathrow in the first half of 2018 and the airport's chief executive said he is concerned that any delay would cause it to fall behind its major European rivals.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    UK should demand cost pledge for new runway-airline bosses

    British lawmakers should force Heathrow to promise not to raise passenger charges before they give the airport the green light to build a new runway, airline bosses said on Tuesday. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has said that the government aims to give the formal go-ahead to a new runway at Europe's busiest airport in the first half of 2018 subject to consultation work and securing the backing of parliament. Heathrow has pledged to keep down costs but the bosses of British Airways owner IAG and Virgin Atlantic said that the government should demand a guarantee that the airport would not become more expensive as it gets bigger.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Heathrow terminals should be opened up to competition, says IAG

    Heathrow terminals should be run by companies other than the airport operator, the owner of British Airways said on Monday, continuing its long-standing call for lower costs at Europe's busiest airport. IAG, which also owns Iberia, Aer Lingus and other carriers, said in a submission to Britain's CAA aviation regulator that bringing in third parties such as airlines themselves to run parts of Heathrow would create competition and keep down costs. In October 2016 Britain backed an expansion of the London hub airport that will cost more than 14 billion pounds ($19.7 billion).

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    Spanish stocks, financials tumble on Catalan separatist gains

    Spanish stocks fell after Catalan separatists won a slim majority in a regional election, deepening a political crisis which has hurt the economy and caused a business exodus from the region. Spain's IBEX ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast year

    Europe's airports expect big costs from new U.S. security measures

    Airports, airlines and passengers are likely to bear significant costs from new security measures on flights to the United States, European airports association ACI Europe said on Thursday. The measures, announced on Wednesday by the Department of Homeland Security and applicable to all commercial flights to the United States, include increased explosive trace detection efforts and more screening of passengers.

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