IBEX




Abertis future up in the air

Abertis reduces its profit by 57.6% after Cellnex’s listing

Abertis improved all its key indicators in 2016 above the company’s expectations: EBITDA rose to €3,240Mn (+20%) and revenue to €4,936Mn (+13%), thanks to the traffic growth and the incorporation of new assets into the consolidation scope. Net profit totalled €796Mn, up 13% in like-for-like terms.


Telefonica's results

Telefonica 2016 Profit Almost 4 Times Higher Yr-On-Yr; Cuts Debt 1.2%

Telefonica posted profit of 2.369 billion euros in 2016, up 3.8% from a year earlier. Last year’s figure reflected non-recurrent items, mainly a 1.290 billion euros charge in the fourth quarter related to restructuring costs. Excluding that charge, profits rose 4.8% to 4.038 billion euros year-on-year.



Telefonica's debt cutting

Telefonica Has One Headache Less After Sale Of Stake In Telxius

Nearly six months after Telefonica announced the IPO of its infrastructure affiliateTelxius, venture capital firm KKR said it plans to buy 40% of the company for 1.275 billion euros, or 12.75 euros per share. So one headache less for the Spanish telecommunications giant.


Ferrovial

Ferrovial, Plenary Create Netflow To Bid For Projects In Australia

Ferrovial has teamed up with the Australian company Plenary to bid for motorway and other infrastructure concessions in Australia and New Zealand. They will create a joint venture (the Netflow consortium) through Ferrovial’s concessionary arm Cintra. This market is a priority one for Ferrovial, basically because of its high profitability.



ACS

ACS Strengthens Positions in US, Australia

The joint venture formed by Leandlease and Turner (subsidiary of ACS) has been awarded a project to extend the Jacob K. Javits convention centre (New York) for a total of 1.5 billion dollars (approx. 1.4 billion euros).