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Ferrovial SA (FER.MC)

FER.MC on Madrid SE C.A.T.S.

17.68EUR
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€0.08 (+0.45%)
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€17.60
Open
€17.66
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€17.73
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€17.57
Volume
260,745
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About

Ferrovial SA is a Spain-based company engaged in the transportation infrastructure sector. The Company’s activities are divided into four business segments: Services, Toll roads, Construction and Airports. The Services division focuses on cleaning and maintenance of public and private infrastructure, facilities and buildings,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.60
Market Cap(Mil.): €13,577.58
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 739.52
Dividend: 0.31
Yield (%): 3.92

Financials

  FER.MC Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 31.44 19.44 24.65
EPS (TTM): 0.58 -- --
ROI: 2.80 5.80 7.25
ROE: 7.67 8.87 12.43

BRIEF-Brexit transition period not good for Ferrovial's business - Chairman

* Says uncertainty during Brexit transition period is not good for company's business Further company coverage: (Reporting by Madrid Newsroom)

05 Apr 2018

BRIEF-Ferrovial unit Broadspectrum Names Nick Miller As New CEO

* SAID ON THURSDAY ITS AUSTRALIAN UNIT BROADSPECTRUM APPOINTED NICK MILLER AS NEW CEO

09 Feb 2018

Heathrow terminals should be opened up to competition, says IAG

LONDON Heathrow terminals should be run by companies other than the airport operator, the owner of British Airways said on Monday, continuing its long-standing call for lower costs at Europe's busiest airport.

05 Feb 2018

UPDATE 1-Heathrow terminals should be opened up to competition, says IAG

LONDON, Feb 5 Heathrow terminals should be run by companies other than the airport operator, the owner of British Airways said on Monday, continuing its long-standing call for lower costs at Europe's busiest airport.

05 Feb 2018

Heathrow terminals should be opened up to competition says IAG

LONDON, Feb 5 Heathrow terminals should be run by companies other than the airport operator, the owner of British Airways said on Monday, continuing its long-standing call for lower costs at Europe's busiest airport.

05 Feb 2018

Spanish stocks, financials tumble on Catalan separatist gains

LONDON, Dec 22 Spanish stocks fell after Catalan separatists won a slim majority in a regional election, deepening a political crisis which has hurt the economy and caused a business exodus from the region.

22 Dec 2017

BRIEF-Ferrovial ‍Achieves Financial Close On 1.15 Billion Euro Project In Melbourne

* ‍ACHIEVES FINANCIAL CLOSE ON WESTERN ROADS UPGRADE PROJECT, IN MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA, AN INVESTMENT OF 1.15 BILLION EUROS ​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

20 Dec 2017

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