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Ferrovial SA (FER.MC)

FER.MC on Madrid SE C.A.T.S.

23 Sep 2016
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Thu, Jul 28 2016

UPDATE 1-Ferrovial says to offset Brexit effect by currency hedging

MADRID, July 28 Spanish infrastructure and services group Ferrovial said on Thursday it would mitigate some of the impact of Brexit by currency hedging as it reported a 29 percent drop in first-half net profit.

BRIEF-TBS Group unit signs 3-year strategic partnership with Ferrovial

* Unit TBS ES signs 3-year strategic partnership with Ferrovial Source text: http://bit.ly/29555Ds Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

Spain's Ferrovial in Peru gas pipeline stake talks -report

MADRID, June 14 Spanish engineering and services company Ferrovial is in advanced talks to acquire 55 percent of Peru's Gasoducto Sur Peruano (GSP) project, currently controlled by Brasil's Odebrecht, Spanish online newspaper El Confidencial reported on Tuesday.

Exclusive: Spain's Ferrovial may dump ICA in Mexico airport bid - sources

MEXICO CITY Spanish construction firm Ferrovial SA may cancel its plan to bid jointly with cash-strapped local builder ICA for a contract to build a $3.5 billion terminal building for Mexico City's new airport, people familiar with the matter said.

Ferrovial says won't run Australia offshore detention centers in future

Melbourne Spain's Ferrovial said it won't offer in future the service of running Australia's controversial offshore detention centers for refugees and asylum seekers, after buying a controlling stake in the Australian firm that operates the centers.

UPDATE 1-Australia detention camp company backs $586 mln Spanish bid

SYDNEY, April 29 Australian immigration detention camp operator Broadspectrum Ltd agreed to support a A$769 million ($586 million) bid from Spain's Ferrovial SA after Papua New Guinea vowed to shut its camp there, sending its share price soaring.

Australia detention camp company finally agrees to $586 mln Spanish bid

SYDNEY Australia's Broadspectrum Ltd, which runs the country's offshore immigration detention camps, said it changed its mind and will recommend a A$769 million ($586 million) buyout from Spain's Ferrovial SA after Papua New Guinea vowed to shut the camp it runs there.

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