Oct 12 (Reuters) - The following Spanish stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Monday. Reuters has not verified the newspaper reports, and cannot vouch for their accuracy:
Airlines group IAG named Aer Lingus boss Sean Doyle as the new chief executive of British Airways, replacing Alex Cruz in the top job, one of a number of management changes announced by IAG’s new chief executive after a month in the job.
Spain’s energy giant Iberdrola said on Friday its preliminary third-quarter net electricity production was up 12.4% compared to one year ago.
HSBC raised its recommendation on Iberdrola’s shares to “buy” from “hold” and the target price to 12.2 euros from 11.3 euros.
Siemens Gamesa said on Monday it received an order for the supply of wind turbines in Sweden with total capacity of 372 MW.
Enagas, Snam and Fluxys, via their Greek subsidiary Desfa, will manage the world’s largest regasification plant, the Al-Zour plant in Kuwait, Spanish newspaper El Economista reported on Monday. The companies have been the only ones to succeed in the process carried out by the Kuwait Integrated Petroleum Industries Company (KIPIC) and are the only candidates for this project.
The company will compete against twelve other firms and consortiums to win a deal that comprises remodelling, operation and maintenance of Barbados Grantley Adams International Airport during 30 years, Spanish newspaper Cinco Dias reported on Monday.
Amper appointed Pedro Morenes Eulate as chairman following resignation of Clemente Fernandez Gonzalez, the company said on Friday.
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