Spanish stocks - Factors to watch on Jan. 25
Jan 25 (Reuters) - The following Spanish stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Tuesday. Reuters has not verified the newspaper reports, and cannot vouch for their accuracy:
Peru's Prime Minister Mirtha Vasquez said on Monday the government was looking at sanctioning a major local refinery owned by Spanish energy firm Repsol (REP.MC) after an oil spill last week, and did not rule out suspending operations at the facility. read more
Separately, Hibiscus Petroleum (HIBI.KL) said on Tuesday it completed acquisition of the entire equity interest in Repsol's unit Fortuna International Petroleum Corporation.
ACS's board said on Monday it agreed to reduce its share capital through redemption of 10 million shares and a nominal amount of 5 million euros.
Separately, ACS also said on Monday it reduced share buy-back programme to 6.82% of its capital.
SOLTEC POWER HOLDINGS (SOLPW.MC)
Soltec Power Holding said on Tuesday that its subsidiary Soltec Energias Renovables signed two contracts to carry out construction services in two photovoltaic projects in Chile and Colombia with a 420-MW installed capacity.
The company said on Tuesday it signed framework agreement with CPI Spain to construct and develop residences for the elderly in Spain.
Spain's Cell has refinanced a 2.5 billion euro loan with its banks, Spanish newspaper Cinco Dias reported on Tuesday.
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- DealsFounder of Brazil's CVC to invest $15 million, new CEO picked
Brazilian travel operator CVC said on Friday it has reached an agreement with its founder for a 75 million reais ($15.13 million) investment in the company, as well as electing a new chief executive officer.