Atlantia SpA (ATL.MI)
The following factors could affect Italian markets on Wednesday.
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:
March 20 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Tuesday:
MILAN, March 20 Atlantia has no plans to buy all of Spanish telecom towers group Cellnex which is controlled by its bid target Abertis, the Italian firm's chief executive Giovanni Castellucci has said.
MILAN, March 20 Italy's Atlantia does not want to launch a tender offer on Abertis-controlled Cellnex after agreeing last week to buy the Spanish toll-road operator, CEO Giovanni Castellucci was quoted as telling analysts on a conference call.
The following factors could affect Italian markets on Tuesday.
MADRID An agreement between Spain's ACS and Italy's Atlantia to make a joint 18-billion-euro ($22.2 billion) bid for Abertis will not lead to a break-up of the Spanish toll-road operator's assets, ACS's chairman said on Thursday.
* Spain's ACS, Italy's Atlantia agree to jointly bid for Abertis
MADRID, March 15 An accord between ACS and Italy's Atlantia to make a joint 18-billion-euro ($22.2 billion) bid for Abertis does not include plans to break up the Spanish highway concessions company's assets, the ACS chairman said on Thursday.
MILAN/ROME Italy's Atlantia and Spanish builder ACS agreed a joint 18 billion euro ($22 billion) bid for Abertis on Wednesday, ending a five-month battle for the Spanish road-toll operator and easing political worries.