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Siemens Gamesa earns 70 M€ in its first financial year after the merger

Iberdrola Wants Siemens To Launch Takeover Bid For Gamesa

Iberdrola which has 8% of Gamesa’s capital and supported the merger deal with Siemens sealed last year, is uncomfortable with the Siemens management in Gamesa. The merger agreement was subject to some conditions regarding the management and corporate governance of the new Gamesa, which Iberdrola is in the view that could be improved.


Cellnex Telecom reports growth of 15% in revenues

Cellnex Telecom Reports Growth Of 15% In Revenues And 20% In EBITDA During Q1 2018

Cellnex Telecom has presented its results for the first quarter of 2018. Revenues amounted to € 217 million (+15%) and EBITDA was € 101 million (+20%). The comparable net result closed at € 11 million, in line with the close of the same period in 2017, thereby taking into account the effect of the higher amortisations (+30% vs. 1Q 2017) and financial costs (+51% vs. 1Q 2017) associated with the growth of the group and the consequent expansion of its geographical footprint.


Telefónica Q1'18 results

Telefonica Q1’18 net up 7.4%; revenues hit by currency pressures

Telefonica posted a 7.4% rise in net profit in the first quarter of 2018 to 837 million euros from a year earlier. The figure beat FactSet’s analysts consensus for net profit of 800 million euros. But revenues fell 7.2% to 12.19 billion euros, as currency pressures offset improvements in the group’s home market.


Banco Santander

Santander Q1’18 net up 10% at €2.054 bn, buoyed by Brazil

Santander clocked up a 10% year-on-year rise in first quarter net profit to 2.054 billion euros, beating forecasts for 2.01 billion euros in a Reuters poll. The results were driven by strong growth in its largest market, Brazil. But its operations in Mexico and Spain also boosted group performance.





Repsol's plan of acquisitions

Repsol Plans To Invest Up To €3 Bn In Acquisitions

Repsol is making progress with the preparation of its new strategic plan which it will unveil on June 7. It aims to earmark 2.5-3 billion euros for acquisitions, compared with the 3.82 billion which it will obtain from the sale of its stake in Gas Natural to CVC.

 

 


IAG has bought 4.61% of Norwegian Air

IAG Could Make Full Bid For Norwegian Air

IAG has bought 4.61% of Norwegian Air. And according to Bloomberg, the Spanish airline could be considering making a bid for the whole company. IAG’s interest in the low cost long-distance segment (where Norwegian operates) is clear, given that it created an airline last year with these characteristics called Level.