FER.MC - Ferrovial, S.A.

MCE - MCE Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
20.36
-0.40 (-1.93%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close20.76
Open20.60
Bid20.37 x 0
Ask20.37 x 0
Day's Range20.33 - 20.79
52 Week Range16.45 - 30.50
Volume1,717,096
Avg. Volume2,654,722
Market Cap14.858B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.70
PE Ratio (TTM)58.17
EPS (TTM)0.35
Earnings DateMay 07, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield0.82 (3.93%)
Ex-Dividend DateNov 06, 2019
1y Target Est20.90
  • Moody's

    Heathrow Finance plc -- Moody's changes to negative outlook on Heathrow Finance's ratings

    Moody's Investors Service (Moody's) has today changed to negative from stable the outlook on the ratings of Heathrow Finance plc (HF). The company's Ba1 Corporate Family Rating (CFR), the Ba2-PD Probability of Default Rating (PDR) and the Ba3 senior secured debt rating were affirmed. HF, through its shares in Heathrow (SP) Limited (HSP), owns London Heathrow Airport (LHR).

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of FER.MC earnings conference call or presentation 27-Feb-20 5:00pm GMT

    Full Year 2019 Ferrovial SA Earnings Call

  • Reuters

    Britain's Heathrow to shrink operations during coronavirus

    Britain's Heathrow Airport said it would shrink its operation as part of a plan to keep open for some cargo and passenger flights during the coronavirus crisis, which has brought most air travel to a standstill. Heathrow, which is usually Europe's busiest airport, said it would cut costs to preserve cash as it warned its financial performance would be severely affected by the current situation. Owned by Spain's Ferrovial, the Qatar Investment Authority, China Investment Corp and others, Heathrow said it had a 12-month liquidity horizon through cash and committed facilities of 3.3 billion pounds available.

  • Reuters

    UK's biggest airports ask for help as possible closure looms

    Britain's biggest airports including Heathrow and Gatwick have written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ask that any government support for the aviation industry should include help for airports, which they said could have to shut completely. "We would therefore ask you to make the needs of Britain’s airports a top government priority at this time and make clear your commitment to supporting the aviation industry." The letter was signed by the CEO and chairman of Heathrow, Britain and Europe's busiest airport, as well as the CEO and chairmen of Gatwick, Britain's no.2 airport, and Manchester, its no.3 airport, as well as industry body the AOA.

  • A Sliding Share Price Has Us Looking At Ferrovial, S.A.'s (BME:FER) P/E Ratio
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  • Reuters

    Britain to consider next steps on Heathrow expansion after court ruling

    Britain will set out its next steps in due course regarding expansion at Heathrow Airport after a court ruled the plan was unlawful on environmental grounds, transport minister Grant Shapps said on Thursday. London's Court of Appeal ruled that the previous government had not taken account of climate change commitments when opting for a third runway at Europe's busiest airport, and that the government must review the airport policy statement for it to be legal. "We have always been clear that Heathrow expansion is a private sector project which must meet strict criteria on air quality, noise and climate change, as well as being privately financed, affordable, and delivered in the best interest of consumers," Shapps said in a statement.

  • Reuters

    Judge rejects UK government's Heathrow Airport expansion plan

    Opponents of the expansion of Heathrow Airport won a legal challenge in England's Court of Appeal, after a judge ruled that the UK government's airport expansion policy was unlawful as it failed to take into account its climate change commitments. The judge said on Thursday that the government had not sought permission to appeal the ruling in the supreme court, meaning that the government will need to amend its policy on airport expansion, which could mean scrapping the project.

  • Heathrow owner Ferrovial to invest in power grid, water and mobility
    Reuters

    Heathrow owner Ferrovial to invest in power grid, water and mobility

    Spanish engineering and construction firm Ferrovial , owner of London's Heathrow Airport, plans to sell mature assets and buy into water infrastructures and Latin America's electricity grids, company executives said on Wednesday. The builder, which presented its "Horizon 24" plan for 2020-24 envisaging a rise in pre-tax earnings, will continue developing its existing urban mobility, toll highway and airport services, including Heathrow, whose divisive third runway is due for completion by 2029. CEO Ignacio Madridejos said that in the meantime, it intends to sell some unspecified completed infrastructure projects to institutional investors such as pension funds, considered the "logical investors" for such assets that offer low but stable returns.

  • If You Had Bought Ferrovial (BME:FER) Stock Three Years Ago, You Could Pocket A 73% Gain Today
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  • Is Ferrovial, S.A. (BME:FER) Expensive For A Reason? A Look At Its Intrinsic Value
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  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-UK PM Johnson on Heathrow: might be difficult to lie before bulldozers

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday he would try to find a way to honour his promise to oppose Heathrow airport expansion by lying down in front of bulldozers but that it might be difficult for him. The British parliament has approved an expansion plan for Heathrow, including building the first full-length new runway in the London area for 70 years, but the plans are being challenged in the courts. Before he won the top job, Johnson opposed Heathrow expansion and promised to lie down before bulldozers to stop it.

  • Ferrovial, S.A. (BME:FER) Investors Should Think About This Before Buying It For Its Dividend
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  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of FER.MC earnings conference call or presentation 30-Oct-19 5:00pm GMT

    Nine Months 2019 Ferrovial SA Earnings Call

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Climate-change activists' plan to disrupt Heathrow with drones frustrated

    Climate-change activists who planned to disrupt Heathrow airport with drones were frustrated early on Friday as the devices failed to fly and Europe's biggest airport continued to operate as usual. The Heathrow Pause group aims to ground flights by illegally flying drones within 5 km of an airport, to put pressure on the government to take tougher steps to reduce carbon emissions. "There's no disruption," a spokeswoman for Heathrow Airport said.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Protesters vow to go ahead with Heathrow disruption despite arrests

    Climate-change activists have vowed to go ahead with plans to disrupt Heathrow with drones on Friday morning, despite the arrest of five of their members in a pre-emptive strike by London police. "Our policing plan is aimed at preventing criminal activity which poses a significant safety and security risk to the airport, and the thousands of passengers that will be using it," said London police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Laurence Taylor. The five people detained, who have not been named, have been taken to a London police station.

  • Reuters

    Climate activists ready to risk arrest but not passengers' lives in Heathrow protest

    Climate activists planning to disrupt London's Heathrow airport with toy drones said as they practised on Thursday that they would not fly them when planes were in the air and were prepared to be arrested. Last month, British climate activists said they aimed to ground flights at Europe's biggest airport from Friday and put pressure on the government to take tougher steps to reduce carbon emissions. Heathrow has said it will work to operate as usual while protesters from the Heathrow Pause campaign group illegally fly the drones within a 5 km radius of the airport.

  • Reuters

    UK police confident Heathrow climate protest will not bring chaos

    British police said they were confident an attempt by climate change activists to disrupt London's Heathrow airport with toy drones from Friday would not lead to a repeat of the chaos seen at Gatwick last December. Drone sightings at Gatwick, Britain's second-busiest airport, led to about 1,000 flight cancellations and disrupted the travel plans of 140,000 passengers in the run-up to Christmas. The Heathrow Pause group plans to fly toy drones from 0200 GMT on Friday within a 5 km restricted zone around the airport but outside the flight paths of the airport, a step the group said would force the airport to ground flights.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Ferrovial unit appeals Canadian court decision over SNC Lavalin highway sale

    A unit of Spain's Ferrovial S.A. is appealing a Canadian court decision over SNC Lavalin Group Inc's former 10.01% stake in a toll highway, a source and the Montreal-based company told Reuters on Tuesday. Montreal-based SNC completed the sale of the stake in August to Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) for C$3.25 billion ($2.47 billion), in a deal that cannot be reversed on appeal, the construction and engineering firm said. Cintra Global S.E. has given notice to the Court of Appeal for the Canadian province of Ontario that it will appeal the August ruling, the source said on condition of anonymity, in an effort to acquire shares from CPPIB.

  • Ferrovial unit appeals Canadian court decision over SNC Lavalin highway sale
    Reuters

    Ferrovial unit appeals Canadian court decision over SNC Lavalin highway sale

    A unit of Spain's Ferrovial S.A. is appealing a Canadian court decision over SNC Lavalin Group Inc's former 10.01% stake in a toll highway, a source and the Montreal-based company told Reuters on Tuesday. Montreal-based SNC completed the sale of the stake in August to Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) for C$3.25 billion ($2.47 billion), in a deal that cannot be reversed on appeal, the construction and engineering firm said. Cintra Global S.E. has given notice to the Court of Appeal for the Canadian province of Ontario that it will appeal the August ruling, the source said on condition of anonymity, in an effort to acquire shares from CPPIB.

  • Reuters

    Heathrow airport says it aims to stay open during drone disruption

    Britain's Heathrow Airport said it will work to ensure it stays open and can operate safely during planned drone disruption by climate activists due to start on Friday. A group calling itself Heathrow Pause has said it plans to disrupt the airport with toy drones from Sept. 13, a step they hope will ground flights and put pressure on the government to take tougher steps to reduce carbon emissions.

  • Reuters

    Facing drone disruption, Heathrow says illegal protest is counterproductive

    London's Heathrow Airport said on Thursday a plan by climate activists to disrupt its operations with drone flights is criminal and counterproductive. "We agree with the need to act on climate change. This is a global issue that requires constructive engagement and action.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 4-Drone disruption? Climate activists to target London's Heathrow airport

    British climate change activists said they would disrupt London's Heathrow airport with toy drones from Sept. 13, a step they hope will ground flights and put pressure on the government to take tougher steps to reduce carbon emissions. Heathrow could mitigate the impact of the action, but flying drones would add to travel chaos at Europe's biggest airport in September, with strike action by British Airways pilots also planned.