Spanish stocks - Factors to watch on Wednesday
MADRID, June 10
MADRID, June 10 (Reuters) - The following Spanish stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Wednesday. Reuters has not verified the newspaper reports, and cannot vouch for their accuracy:
Telefonica will sell the new iPhone from June 19, newspaper ABC reported.
Spanish clothing group Inditex, owner of fashion chain Zara, reported first quarter net profit of 184 million euros ($255.3 million), just below a Reuters forecast of 187 million euros in a Reuters poll.
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Iberia's IBLA.MC May passenger traffic fell 11.4 percent year on year with its long-distance business to Latin America suffering most amid a global downturn and the swine flu outbreak. See [nMDT006460]
LA SEDA (SED.MC)
The chairman of Spain's La Seda de Barcelona (SED.MC), maker of synthetic fabrics, Rafael Espanol has resigned. See [ID:nL91023721]
French property firm Gecina GCFP.PA will raise core earnings 7 percent in 2009, meet debt obligations and could even buy a rival to take advantage of depressed prices, its chairman said in an interview. See [ID:nL9133283]
Creditors of Spanish technology firm Avanzit will end up with 12 percent of its shares under a deal to take its holding company out of receivership in July. See [ID:nL9634894]
ZELTIA (ZEL.MC), AMPER (APE.MC), JAZZTEL (JAZ.MC), DURO FELGUERA (MDF.MC)
Zeltia, Jazztel, Duro Felguera and Amper to take part in a ThomsonReuters summit held in Madrid.
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