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Cofina 9-Month Net Profit Up 15.3% YoY
Grupo Media Capital Board Considers Cofina's Offer As Adequate
Cofina To Run Share Capital Increase Of 85 Mln Euros
Cofina SGPS SA is a Portugal-based company primarily involved in the consumer publishing industry. The Company's activities are divided into two business segments: Newspapers and Magazines. The Newspapers division is responsible for editing and publishing daily newspapers, daily sports newspapers, daily economic newspapers, as well as free newspapers, including Correio da Manha, Record, Jornal de Negocios, Destak and Metro titles. The Magazines segment focuses on editing and publishing weekly newsmagazines and other headings, such as Sabado, Maxima, TV Guia, Flash! and Vogue. The Company provides traditional press, as well as online publications. In addition, it provides a cable television channel, named CMTV. It operates through a range of subsidiaries, including Cofina Media SA, Metronews - Publicacoes SA and Gratuitgadget SGPS Lda, among others.
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Rua Manuel Pinto de Azevedo, 818
Paulo Jorge dos Santos Fernandes
Chairman of the Board, Executive Director
Joao Manuel Matos Borges de Oliveira
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Ricardo Mendes Ferreira
Director of Investor Relations
Miguel Angelo Valente Goncalves
Director of Investor Relations
Alfredo Luis Portocarrero Pinto Teixeira
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A group of holders of Puerto Rican general obligation bonds said it is not ready to support a proposed deal to settle a key dispute in the U.S. territory's $120 billion bankruptcy.
Puerto Rico's sales tax-backed COFINA debt rallied on Wednesday after court filings revealed a new agreement to settle a long-running dispute with general obligation debt creditors over which group has a valid claim on the tax revenues.
Representatives for holders of Puerto Rican general obligation (GO) bonds and "COFINA" bonds, whose debt is backed by sales tax revenue, reached an in-principle agreement to settle a long-running dispute, according to a court filing on Tuesday.
Puerto Rico bondholders in court on Tuesday denounced the island's sales tax authority, COFINA, as a sham "end-run" around its constitution, in a creditor battle for control of the bankrupt, storm-ravaged island's future tax revenues.
* ANNOUNCED ON THURSDAY FY NET PROFIT OF 5.1 MILLION EUROS VERSUS 4.3 MILLION EUROS YEAR AGO
* WINS 3 YEARS LICENSE FOR ONLINE SPORTS BETTING THROUGH UNIT A NOSSA APOSTA Source text: http://bit.ly/2oRxCCA Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* AMBAC FINANCIAL GROUP - AMBAC ASSURANCE CORPORATION ENTERED DEAL WITH BONDHOLDERS TO PURCHASE CERTAIN SALES TAX REVENUE CAPITAL APPRECIATION BONDS
* FITCH SAYS CHICAGO'S SECURITIZATION PROGRAM A FAR CRY FROM PUERTO RICO'S COFINA
* SAID ON FRIDAY 9-MONTH NET PROFIT 1.5 MLN EUROS VS 3.6 MLN EUROS YR AGO
A group of creditors holding Puerto Rico COFINA bonds said on Wednesday that they hoped the island receives the necessary humanitarian and governmental assistance to allow it a "speedy recovery" and to ultimately "strengthen the island's infrastructure for the long term."
* SAYS A NOSSA APOSTA JOGOS E APOSTAS ONLINE, IN 40 PERCENT HELD BY COFINA MEDIA, GETS 3 YEARS LICENCE FOR ONLINE GAMBLING OPERATIONS Source text: http://bit.ly/2wUQA2c Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* SAID ON FRIDAY PAULO JORGE DOS SANTOS FERNANDES SELLS 3.0 MLN SHARES REPRESENTING 2.92 PERCENT OF SHARE CAPITAL AND VOTING RIGHTS OF COFINA FOR 0.40 EUROS PER SHARE
* SAID ON THURSDAY H1 NET PROFIT 718,000 EUROS, DOWN 69.3 PERCENT YOY
A group of hedge funds that hold about $3 billion of Puerto Rico sales-tax-backed debt released a court filing late on Tuesday that revealed how much of the total amount each fund manages.
A federal judge on Tuesday ordered the trustee for Puerto Rico’s COFINA bonds not to make a $16 million payment due on June 1, allowing creditors to litigate competing claims to the money that could be central to how the bankrupt U.S. territory restructures debt.
The judge overseeing the bankruptcies of Puerto Rico and its sales tax authority, COFINA, ruled on Wednesday that the cases would be combined for administrative purposes.
* SAID ON FRIDAY CHAIRMAN PAULO JORGE DOS SANTOS FERNANDES BUYS 2.92 PCT OF COMPANY'S SHARE CAPITAL FROM ACTIUM CAPITAL SGPS SA
* SAID ON FRIDAY Q1 OPERATING REVENUE 20.6 MLN EUROS VS 22.6 MLN EUROS YEAR AGO
Puerto Rico's federally appointed financial oversight and management board on Friday filed for Title III bankruptcy protection for debt backed by sales tax revenues on the U.S. commonwealth, otherwise known as COFINA.
A holder of sales tax-backed Puerto Rican debt, known as COFINA debt, sued Bank of New York Mellon Corp on Wednesday, alleging the bank breached its duty as trustee for COFINA debt to protect senior bondholders.
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