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construcc y aux de ferrocarr (CAF) Snapshot

Open
€316.00
Previous Close
€313.30
Day High
€316.00
Day Low
€303.30
52 Week High
02/26/14 - €391.90
52 Week Low
11/5/14 - €230.10
Market Cap
1.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
4.5K
EPS TTM
€24.23
Shares Outstanding
3.4M
EX-Date
07/7/14
P/E TM
12.6x
Dividend
€10.50
Dividend Yield
3.45%
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Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles, S.A. manufactures and markets railway equipment and components in Spain and internationally. Its products include high speed trains; regional trains, which include diesel trains, electric trains, push-pull trains, and passenger cars; commuter trains; metros; LRVs and tram-trains; and electric and diesel locomotives. The company also provides rolling stock equipment and components, such as wheels, axles, wheelsets, and gear-units, as well as in-service inspection and technological support services. In addition, the company offers repairs and maintenance, refurbishment and upgrading, and workshop equipment and auxiliary vehicles, as well as turnkey management systems for spares, components, and sub-systems. Further, it is involved in the provision of railway concessions; financing solutions; leasing services; power generation; and viability analysis and study, system design and engineering, installation and commissioning, and operation and maintenance services for transport systems, as well as in the construction and manufacture of rail systems. The company is based in Madrid, Spain.

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Hitachi Reportedly Looks For Alternative To Finmeccanica's Asset Purchase

Hitachi Ltd. (TSE:6501) is looking for alternative to Finmeccanica SpA (BIT:FNC) asset acquisition. On December 6, 2014, Corriere della Sera reported that the company is examining possible alternative acquisitions of rail assets in Europe in case its plans to buy Finmeccanica's AnsaldoBreda S.p.A. and Ansaldo STS SpA (BIT:STS). On November 17, 2014, Finmeccanica received a non-binding offer from Hitachi for AnsaldoBreda and a stake in Ansaldo STS, which are being sold by Finmeccanica. According to the report, Hitachi did not like Finmeccanica's decision to allow a Chinese alliance back into the bidding game. A Chinese consortium led by China CNR Corporation Limited (SHSE:601299) was the other bidder shortlisted in the race, but by the November 17, 2014 deadline only Hitachi was the one to have submitted an offer. CNR Corporation later pulled out and Insigma Technology Co., Ltd. (SHSE:600797) confirmed that its interest and found another bidding partner, Chengdu Xinzhu Road&Bridge Machinery Co., Ltd (SZSE:002480), Corriere della Sera reported. Hitachi is now looking for an alternative rail asset acquisition in Europe, with Vossloh AG (DB:VOS) as well as Newag Spólka Akcyjna (WSE:NWG) and Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles, S.A. (CATS:CAF) reportedly being eyed by the Hitachi. The report citing sources as saying added that Finmeccanica's Chief Executive Mauro Moretti and his closest aides are waiting for an alternative offer for AnsaldoBreda and Ansaldo in the coming days. La Repubblica reported that some see the return of the Chinese as a move by Finmeccanica aimed at raising Hitachi's offer. It also mentioned that Hitachi is said to be ready to take up the company's debts and the future restructuring. Finmeccanica is expected to decide on whom to sell AnsaldoBreda and Ansaldo STS to by the end of 2014.

CAF Consortium Won MXN 13.6 Billion Contract for Mexico Rail Project

A consortium led by CAF won the main tender for the Mexico City-Toluca railway. The MXN 13.6 billion contract involves the provision of trains, rail and communication infrastructure, ticketing facilities and associated services. The transport and communications ministry awarded the contract, for which CAF and partners Construcciones Ferrov ­as y Subsistemas, Thales, Corsan-Corvian Construccin, Isolux and Construcciones Urales had presented the lowest bid.

Five Likely To Bid fo Finmeccanica SpA's Rail Subsidiaries

Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B) and Japanese industrial giant Hitachi Ltd. (TSE:6501) are the two front-runners to buy Finmeccanica SpA's (BIT:FNC) rail subsidiaries, several sources close to the auction process said. Finmeccanica has been trying to sell its cash strapped train division AnsaldoBreda S.p.A together with its profitable rail signals business Ansaldo STS Spa (BIT:STS) for three years. The sources said Bombardier and Hitachi are expected to bid for the Italian group's rail businesses ahead of an August 29, 2014 deadline. Three other groups, Thales SA (ENXTPA:HO); Hitachi Ltd. (TSE:6501), Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles, S.A. (CATS:CAF and China CNR Corporation Limited (SHSE:601299), in tandem with its partner Insigma Technology Co., Ltd. (SHSE:600797) are also expected to bid.

 

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