Abengoa Falls 69 Percent After Rescue Accord FailsBy
Corrects percentage decline of shares in first paragraph
Company seeks creditor protection as investment deal fails
Abengoa SA’s B shares fell as much as 69 percent when trading resumed after the Spanish renewable energy company announced it would seek protection from creditors after a rescue accord fell through.
Shares fell 49 percent to 0.46 euros at 12.47 p.m. in Madrid.
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