Bankia earnings 23% down in 2019

Bankia Earnings 23% Down In 2019

Bankia’s results were much better than market expectations, however, there are some uncertainties about its share price. The bank has achieved a profit of € 542 million, 23% less, with experts expecting a greater adjustment due to the bank’s efforts to get rid of unproductive assets.

MásMóvil could start giving dividends in 2021; does not rule out buying other operators

MasMovil Could Start Giving Dividends In 2021; Does Not Rule Out Buying Other Operators

MásMóvil remains the exception in a sector marked by low growth rates and high competition. In fact, the company has begun 2020 with two positive pieces of news. On the one hand, the telecoms company is anticipating strong cash generation in 2021, which will allow it to reconsider shareholder remuneration policy. On the other hand, the company has once again been the leader, in January, in terms of client portability in both fixed and mobile phone markets.


Big power companies invested over €11 Bn in Spain between 2016 and 2018

Spanish Big Power Companies Invested Over €1.15 Bn In Spain Between 2016 and 2018

The five main integrated utilities operating in the Spanish electricity sector (EDP, Endesa, Iberdrola, Naturgy and Viesgo) invested over 11 billion euros in their activities in this market between 2016 and 2018, according to a report prepared by Deloitte. Of this total investment figure, €1.15 Bn corresponded to R&D&I in those three years, of which almost a third was allocated to electricity in Spain over the period.

BBVA aims to become the financial partner for British SMEs and freelancers

BBVA Aims To Become The Financial Partner For British SMEs And Freelancers

Holvi, the digital banking startup for freelancers acquired in 2016 by BBVA, has announced its entry into the United Kingdom, the third largest market it has broken into after Germany and Finland. Its aim is to become the financial partner of British SMEs and freelancers, thanks to its range of digital accounting tools.


Acciona to build and operate its first desalination plant in Hong Kong

Acciona to Build And Operate Its First Desalination Plant In Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Water Supplies Department has selected a consortium including Acciona to design, build, operate and maintain the first phase of the Tseung Kwan O desalination plant. The project, worth HKD9.018 billion (€1.042 billion), includes the construction and operation of the plant for a duration of ten years. The facility will equip the city to face the challenges of climate change and the low level of rainfall in the area.