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Banco Popular crisis

The Eurogroup Dodges Banco Popular’s Problems

Brussels is not concerned about the Spanish banks, even despite the problems of a systemic lender like Popular, in the process of being sold. The Spanish banks have shown that they have done their homework and restructured their balance sheets since receiving a European bail-out in 2012.





Caixabank's target price potential

Caixabank’s Fundamentals Could Take It To €4.7 Per Share

During 1Q17 Spanish Caixabank finished the integration with Portuguese BPI reporting net attributable profit of €403 million, up 47.9% year on year. This resilient stream of revenues coupled with good credit quality are some of the reasons for BBVA’s analysts bet on the stock.



Spanish Telefonica Q1 results

Telefonica Earns 779 M€ In Q1’17 Thanks To Brazil; Spain Disappoints

Telefonica’s  net profit rose 42.2% to 779 million euros in the first quarter of 2017 from a year earlier. The 2016 results were reformulated mid-last year after the group decided to stop presenting its UK subsidiary O2 as a discontinued operation. Revenues from its Brazil and Latin American operations were the main earnings driver.



FCC net profit

FCC announces net profit of €21.4 M in the first quarter

FCC the Spanish environmental services, infrastructure and water management company, majority owned by Carlos Slim, reported net profit of €21.4 million in the first quarter, contrasting with a loss of €-16.7 million in the same period last year.Gross interest-bearing debt now stands at €5,063 million, 28% less than at 31 March 2016. The backlog now totals €30.650 million, equivalent to more than five years’ revenues.


Endesa- Enel strategy plan

Endesa posts weak Q1 results, with net profit down 26%

Endesa registered net profit of 253 million euros in the first quarter of 2017, down 26% from a year earlier, due to the impact of the “high” prices of electricity in the wholesale market. Its dividend yield is still attractive at 5.7%, while the share price has also been supported by rumours of a corporate deal.