|Bid||5.100 x 200000|
|Ask||5.107 x 189600|
|Day's Range||5.100 - 5.247|
|52 Week Range||2.300 - 5.455|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Feb 23, 2017 - Mar 2, 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Spanish builder OHL said on Friday it was looking to sell between 25 percent and 40 percent of is concessions affiliate in an effort to find the unit a partner by the end of the year. It had received a number of offers for a stake in the affiliate OHL Concesiones SA, the company said during a conference call. On Thursday, OHL said it was evaluating the possibility of incorporating a significant minority shareholder at the wholly owned subsidiary and would use the proceeds to reduce its net debt.
Restorers of vintage stained glass are enjoying a new lease on life in Madrid these days, bringing their artisanal skills to a luxury retail and hotel complex in the centre of Spain's capital. The old-but-new leadlights are destined to shine on what business and government cheerleaders see as the epicentre of a wide movement to propel Madrid into the big league of global shopping destinations. Alongside revamps of tired beach resorts, Spain is attempting to lure tourists with shopping city breaks to widen its appeal to the biggest spenders -- and not coincidently to keep its economic recovery on track.
A consortium including billionaire Carlos Slim's building unit submitted the lowest bid on Wednesday in a tender for the terminal project at Mexico City's new $13 billion airport as the telecoms tycoon looks to edge out two rivals for the deal. The construction arm of Slim's Grupo Carso and his majority-owned FCC, submitted a bid of 84.8 billion pesos ($4.2 billion) for the project. A consortium led by Portuguese builder Mota Engil also threw its hat into the ring for the futuristic terminal with a 90.073 billion-peso proposal, while a group led by Mexico's Omega offered 87.5 billion pesos.