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Alfa SAB de CV

ALFAA.MX

Latest Trade

15.31MXN

Change

-0.36(-2.30%)

Volume

3,953,208

Today's Range

15.30

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15.82

52 Week Range

13.93

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24.99

As of on the Mexico Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Latest Developments

Mexico's Alfa says expects 2017 EBITDA of $2.161 bln

Alfa Sab De Cv <ALFAA.MX> : Mexico's Alfa says expects 2017 revenue of $16.245 billion . Mexico's Alfa says expects 2017 EBITDA of $2.161 billion . Mexico's Alfa says expects 2017 investments of $1.098 billion Further company coverage: [ALFAA.MX] (Reporting By Christine Murray) ((Christine.Murray@thomsonreuters.com; 0044-207-542-6468;)).

Axtel SAB de CV accepts exchange conditions in the merger deal with Alfa

Axtel SAB de CV:Says having considered the opinion of Citigroup Global Markets Inc (fairness opinion) has approved the exchange factor proposed for the Axtel - Onexa (unit of Alfa SAB de CV) merger.

Alfa SAB de CV to merge its unit with Axtel

Alfa SAB de CV:Reach agreement with Axtel to merge its unit Alestra s de RL with Axtel SAB de CV.Alfa to keep stake of 51 pct in the combined company.Axtel to stay on stock exchange.

Alfa SAB de CV, Harbour Energy cancel Pacific Rubiales acquisition

Alfa SAB de CV:Says acquisition document signed by Alfa and Harbour Energy with Pacific Rubiales was canceled and the deal to acquire Pacific Rubiales shares is left without effect.Says Chief Executive of Harbour Energy Linda Cook said preliminary estimation showed that majority of shareholders would vote against acquisition while the offer of C$6.50 per share was complete, fair and final, and company does not plan to revise the offer.As a result Alfa and Harbour Energy step away from the deal.

Alfa buys 37 pct stake in Campofrio from WH Group for $354 mln

Alfa SAB de CV:Buys 37 percent stake in Campofrio Food Group from WH Group for $354 million.Says to keep the stake in Campofrio temporarily to sell it later to Signa Alimentos SA de CV.

ALFA SAB de CV and Harbour Energy to acquire Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp for C$6.50 per common share in all-cash transaction

Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp:Enters into definitive agreement with ALFA SAB de CV, and Harbour Energy Ltd. and Harbour Energy, L.P. (together, Harbour Energy).Pursuant the agreement a newly-formed company (the purchaser) jointly owned by ALFA and Harbour Energy will acquire all of outstanding common shares of Pacific Rubiales by way of a court-approved plan of arrangement under Business Corporations Act (British Columbia).Says that pursuant to arrangement, each common share of Pacific Rubiales not already owned by ALFA (or held by the cmpany in treasury) will be acquired by purchaser for cash consideration of C$6.50 per share.Says transaction is expected to close in third quarter of 2015.

Alfa SAB de CV and Harbour Energy eye to acquire Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp

Alfa SAB de CV:Says together with Harbour Energy begun talks with Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp (PRE) to acquire all shares of PRE that are not owned by Alfa for 6.50 Canadian dollars per share.Alfa currently owns around 18.95 pct of PRE.

Alfa approves dividend payment

Alfa SAB de CV:Approves dividend of $0.03 per share.Dividend to be paid on April 24.

Alfa SAB de CV gives FY 2015 outlook - Conference Call

Alfa SAB de CV:Expects FY 2015 revenues of $16.6 bln.Expects FY 2015 EBITDA at $2.1 bln.

Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp announces joint venture with Alfa SAB de CV to develop Mexican projects

Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp:Enters into agreement in principle with Alfa SAB de CV in connection with formation of joint venture company in Mexico on 50/50 basis.Joint venture will also allow for: (i) the joint study of, and bidding on, assets in Mexico's initial oil and gas bid round in 2015 (the first bid round).(ii) the acquisition of services contracts with a view to migrating them to exploration and production contracts.(iii) the development or petroleum and natural gas assets in Mexico;.And (iv) the development of any business ancillary to the petroleum business in Mexico, including mid-stream projects.Under terms of agreement, Pacific Rubiales and ALFA will jointly identify, discuss, evaluate and undertake joint venture prior to first bid round.Joint venture remains subject to any applicable regulatory approvals and the determination of Joint venture structure pursuant to definitive agreement.

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