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Atlantia SpA (ATL.MI)

ATL.MI on Milan Stock Exchange

26.62EUR
15 Dec 2017
Change (% chg)

€-0.13 (-0.49%)
Prev Close
€26.75
Open
€26.67
Day's High
€26.85
Day's Low
€26.50
Volume
2,701,969
Avg. Vol
1,897,771
52-wk High
€28.61
52-wk Low
€20.91

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About

Atlantia SpA is an Italy-based operator and investor in transport infrastructures and mobility networks. The Company's activities are divided into five business segments: Italian motorways, which focuses on the construction, management and maintenance of motorways operated under concession in Italy; Overseas motorways, which... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.68
Market Cap(Mil.): €22,089.72
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 825.78
Dividend: 0.57
Yield (%): 4.11

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 18.51 16.04
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 6.17 35.70
ROE: -- 19.09 15.40

Italy - Factors to watch on Dec. 14

The following factors could affect Italian markets on Thursday.

Dec 14 2017

BRIEF-Autostrade per L’Italia And Cassa Depositi e Prestiti Sign Loan Agreement For Eur 1.7 Bln

* AUTOSTRADE PER L’ITALIA (ASPI) AND CASSA DEPOSITI E PRESTITI (CDP) SAID ON WEDNESDAY THEY SIGNED LOAN AGREEMENT WORTH A TOTAL OF EUR 1.7 BLN (INCLUDING EUR 1.1 BLN IN THE FORM OF 10-YEAR TERM LOAN AND EUR 0.6 BLN IN THE FORM OF 5-YEAR REVOLVING LINE OF CREDIT)

Dec 14 2017

Breakingviews - M&A friction limits EU single-market opportunity

MILAN (Reuters Breakingviews) - Two Spanish ministries are interfering in Italy-based Atlantia’s 16.5 billion euro takeover bid for local toll-road group Abertis. France and Italy similarly meddled in recent deals within the European Union. Building scale inside the bloc isn’t proving entirely borderless.

Dec 13 2017

Italy - Factors to watch on Dec. 13

The following factors could affect Italian markets on Wednesday.

Dec 13 2017

RPT-UPDATE 1-Atlantia braced for possible legal action to secure Abertis bid rights -source

* Atlantia considers legal action after Madrid ministers complain

Dec 13 2017

Atlantia braced for possible legal action to secure Abertis bid rights: source

LONDON Italy's largest motorway operator Atlantia is examining legal action to stay in the $20 billion bidding war for Spanish rival Abertis amid concerns it will be frozen out of the contest, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

Dec 12 2017

UPDATE 1-Atlantia braced for possible legal action to secure Abertis bid rights -source

* Atlantia considers legal action after Madrid ministers complain

Dec 12 2017

Italy - Factors to watch on Dec. 8

The following factors could affect Italian markets on Friday.

Dec 08 2017

RPT-Atlantia, Hochtief brace for sealed bid contest in Abertis battle - sources

By Pamela Barbaglia, Francesca Landini and Matthias Inverardi

Dec 07 2017

Atlantia, Hochtief brace for sealed bid contest in Abertis battle: sources

By Pamela Barbaglia, Francesca Landini and Matthias Inverardi

Dec 06 2017

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