MCE - MCE Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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Prev Close0.52
Bid0.50 x 588000
Ask0.50 x 620000
Day's Range0.50 - 0.54
52wk Range0.33 - 1.59
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap204.33M
P/E Ratio (ttm)N/A
Avg Vol (3m)398,874
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
  • Reuters41 minutes ago

    Spain's Abengoa says has creditor support needed to avoid bankruptcy

    Spanish renewable energy and engineering firm Abengoa said on Tuesday that its debt restructuring plan had the support of over 75 percent of its creditors, according to an preliminary tally, which should enable it to avoid bankruptcy. Abengoa had been racing to get its creditors on board for its restructuring plan, under which new and old lenders will take control of the firm, by the end of the week. Without approval from three quarters of its financial creditors, the indebted Seville-based company would have had to file for Spain's biggest-ever bankruptcy.

  • Reuters43 minutes ago

    Abengoa units must turn over documents to creditors -U.S. judge

    A U.S. judge on Tuesday ordered the bankrupt U.S. subsidiaries of renewable energy company Abengoa SA to disclose their dealings with their Spanish parent, which was accused of draining cash from the U.S. units. Creditors of Abengoa units Abengoa Bioenergy US Holding LLC and Abeinsa Holding Inc, which both filed for bankruptcy this year, have said in court filings that the U.S. businesses were transferring cash and assets to the parent in Spain.

  • Reuters13 hours ago

    Spain's Abengoa nearing creditor approval for debt plan - source

    Renewable energy firm Abengoa is on track for the 75 percent creditor approval needed for its restructuring plan and avoid filing for Spain's biggest ever bankruptcy, a source with knowledge of the deal said on Tuesday. The Seville-based company borrowed too heavily over the past 10 years to fund an expansion into clean energy and has been negotiating with lenders since November to cut debts of more than 9 billion euros ($10 billion). Abengoa is unlikely to be able to confirm the acceptance levels until much later on Tuesday, the deadline it set for creditors to agree to the plan, the source said.