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Cofina SGPS SA (CFN.LS)

CFN.LS on Lisbon Stock Exchange

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27 Mar 2017
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About

Cofina SGPS SA is a Portugal-based company primarily involved in the consumer publishing industry. The Company's activities are divided into two business segments: Newspapers and Magazines. The Newspapers division is responsible for editing and publishing daily newspapers, daily sports newspapers, daily economic newspapers, as... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.92
Market Cap(Mil.): €29.74
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 102.57
Dividend: 0.01
Yield (%): 5.17

Financials

  CFN.LS Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 6.16 30.41 24.75
EPS (TTM): 0.05 -- --
ROI: 5.72 5.95 10.70
ROE: 17.84 7.75 12.66

Puerto Rico offers new PREPA debt restructuring, bond insurers suffer

NEW YORK Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, the island's ailing power utility, on Tuesday reopened a long-agreed debt restructuring deal that drew ire from bondholders and put the stock of credit insurers under further selling pressure.

Mar 21 2017

Puerto Rico offers new PREPA debt restructuring, bond insurers suffer

NEW YORK, March 21 Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, the island's ailing power utility, on Tuesday reopened a long-agreed debt restructuring deal that drew ire from bondholders and put the stock of credit insurers under further selling pressure.

Mar 21 2017

UPDATE 1-Puerto Rico's defaulted debt at record low as recovery rate, legal battle weigh

NEW YORK, March 20 Puerto Rico's benchmark government bond slumped to an all-time low on Monday after competing groups of bondholders stepped up their legal battle over who should be paid first out of a smaller-than-expected pool of cash.

Mar 20 2017

Puerto Rico COFINA bondholders ask U.S. judge to rule in debt fight

Puerto Rico’s so-called COFINA bondholders allege that around $3.5 billion of the island’s general obligation (G.O.) debt is invalid because it exceeded constitutional debt limits, ramping up bitter litigation between rival creditors of the struggling U.S. territory.

Mar 19 2017

BRIEF-Cofina FY net profit down 14.4 pct YoY

* Reported on Friday FY net profit of 4.3 million euros ($4.6 million), down 14.4 percent versus 5.1 million euros year ago

Mar 06 2017

Puerto Rico sees $1.2 billion a year in debt service spending

Puerto Rico's blueprint for escaping its fiscal crisis paints a rosier picture of its economic future than an earlier forecast by the federal board overseeing the U.S. territory's finances, but still presages big haircuts for creditors.

Mar 01 2017

UPDATE 3-Puerto Rico sees $1.2 bln a year in debt service spending

March 1 Puerto Rico's blueprint for escaping its fiscal crisis paints a rosier picture of its economic future than an earlier forecast by the federal board overseeing the U.S. territory's finances, but still presages big haircuts for creditors.

Mar 01 2017

UPDATE 2-Puerto Rico sees $1.2 bln a year in debt service spending

March 1 Puerto Rico's fiscal turnaround plan shows about $1.2 billion a year available to service debt, 50 percent more than an earlier projection by the federally appointed board overseeing the U.S. territory's finances.

Mar 01 2017

Puerto Rico sales tax creditors circle wagons in fight with GO bondholders

Feb 22 Puerto Rico bondholders whose debt is backed by the U.S. territory's sales tax revenue, known as COFINA creditors, are asking a federal court to prevent the island from diverting those tax revenue streams to pay other creditors.

Feb 22 2017

Puerto Rico taps law firm Dentons in restructuring

Puerto Rico's new government tapped law firm Dentons to help it develop a fiscal turnaround plan and lead restructuring negotiations with creditors holding some $70 billion in debt, the firm announced on Thursday.

Jan 12 2017

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