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Atlantia SpA (ATL.MI)

ATL.MI on Milan Stock Exchange

24.59EUR
26 May 2017
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€0.06 (+0.24%)
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€24.53
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€24.30
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€24.27
Volume
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ATL.MI

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About

Atlantia SpA is an Italy-based holding company operating in the field of infrastructures in Italy, Brazil, Chile, India and Poland. Moreover the Company also operates in the airport sector as the manager of Rome’s airports. Through its subsidiaries, Atlantia SpA offers integrated solutions in the field of engineering, constructi... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.66
Market Cap(Mil.): €20,306.03
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 825.78
Dividend: 0.53
Yield (%): 3.94

Financials

  ATL.MI Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 17.80 17.78 21.84
EPS (TTM): 1.38 -- --
ROI: -- 6.16 6.15
ROE: -- 16.75 6.50

UPDATE 1-Spain's Abertis to buy Eutelsat's stake in Hispasat

May 19 French satellite operator Eutelsat has agreed to sell its 33.69 percent stake in Spanish business Hispasat to majority shareholder Abertis for 302 million euros ($336 million).

May 19 2017

Italy - Factors to watch on May 17

The following factors could affect Italian markets on Wednesday.

May 17 2017

BRIEF-Spain's Criteria says won't comment on Atlantia-Abertis for 3-4 weeks

* Says the bank will not make an announcement on the Atlantia bid for Spain's Abertis for "three or four weeks"

May 17 2017

Spain signals satellite firm of strategic interest in Abertis bid

MADRID Spain signaled on Tuesday that satellite business Hispasat is a strategic asset which will be monitored if its majority-owner Abertis is bought by Italy's Atlantia .

May 16 2017

UPDATE 2-Spain signals satellite firm of strategic interest in Abertis bid

MADRID, May 16 Spain signalled on Tuesday that satellite business Hispasat is a strategic asset which will be monitored if its majority-owner Abertis is bought by Italy's Atlantia.

May 16 2017

Italy's Atlantia makes $18 billion toll road bid for Spain's Abertis

MILAN/MADRID Italy's Atlantia bid 16.3 billion euros ($18 billion) for Abertis on Monday to create the world's biggest toll road operator, but still needs the full backing of the Spanish firm's top shareholder if it is to succeed. | Video

May 15 2017

UPDATE 3-Italy's Atlantia makes $18 bln toll road bid for Spain's Abertis

* Cash and share offer values Abertis at 16.5 per share, details

May 15 2017

BRIEF-Atlantia CEO says no accord yet with Criteria on Abertis bid

May 15 Atlantia Chief Executive Giovanni Castellucci tells analysts call:

May 15 2017

Abertis says notes Atlantia offer, response will come within legal timeframe

MADRID Spanish toll road company Abertis said on Monday it had noted the cash-and-shares offer made by Atlantia for the company and it would make a response within the time period laid out by Spanish law.

May 15 2017

Abertis says notes Atlantia offer, response will come within legal timeframe

MADRID, May 15 Spanish toll road company Abertis said on Monday it had noted the cash-and-shares offer made by Atlantia for the company and it would make a response within the time period laid out by Spanish law.

May 15 2017

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