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Bouygues SA (BOUY.PA)

BOUY.PA on Paris Stock Exchange

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Wed, Nov 16 2016

European shares up for third straight session as Wire Card, Bouygues gain

* Relfationary trade loses steam, defensives up (Recasts, adds detail and quotes, updates prices)

BRIEF-Bouygues sees first impact of Trump's infrastructure plan in 2017

Nov 16 Bouygues deputy CEO Philippe Marien tells analysts:

European shares up for third straight session as commodities gain

LONDON, Nov 16 European shares rose in early deals on Wednesday, underpinned by a rally among commodity-related stocks as well as gains in companies such as Wire Card and Bouygues.

Bouygues keeps outlook after Q3 profit rises

PARIS, Nov 16 French conglomerate Bouygues reported a forecast-beating rise in third quarter operating profit, helped by an improving performance at its telecoms arm and better trends in the construction market in France.

BRIEF-Eiffage unit to buy Bouygues stake in ADELAC motorway

* AREA exercised pre-emptions rights for 130 mln euros on ADELAC stake

UPDATE 1-Orange CEO said initial SFR, Bouygues, Iliad talks have resumed -spokesman

PARIS, Sept 16 Orange Chief Executive Officer Stephane Richard told investors last week in London that preliminary consolidation talks have resumed between SFR , Iliad and Bouygues, a spokesman said on Friday.

BRIEF-Bouygues boss says has no immediate plan to split ceo and chairman roles

Aug 31 Bouygues Chairman and CEO Martin Bouygues tells a news conference:

BRIEF-Bouygues likely to upgrade 2017 new mobile customers goal - CEO

Aug 31 Bouygues Sa Chairman and CEO Martin Bouygues tells a news conference

Indians help build Cuba hotels as foreign labor ban weakens

French construction group Bouygues is employing more than 100 Indian laborers to work on a hotel it is building in Cuba, breaking a taboo in the Communist-run country on hiring foreign labor in order to meet increased tourism demand.

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