Today’s market chatter: Spain’s T-bonds, Microsoft and much more

Microsoft EPS surpassed by 8% expectations. According to Seeking Alpha, the company’s “reliance on PC sales for Windows revenue will certainly slow growth in coming years, but the company is successfully building other businesses that can provide solid growth.”

BANKIA downgrades 1Q14 result forecast due in May 9.  North America harsh weather would impact business volumes and costs for energetic price and logistics. EBITDA is cut by 3% to $8,214M and will mostly depend on  iron and European economy evolution .

ACF. Caixabank General Meeting announced they keep script dividend retribution in 2014 and 2015. This year, dividend will be worth €0.18/share. 100% cash payment is planned for 2016.

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