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- Nortel Inversora (NYSE:NTL): Q1 EPS of Ps. 934M
- Revenue of Ps. 12.47B (+40.4% Y/Y)
Fri, Feb. 26, 5:29 PM
- Nortel Inversora (NYSE:NTL): FY15 Net income of Ps.3.43B
- Revenue of Ps.40.53B (+21.4% Y/Y)
Nov. 3, 2015, 9:25 AM
- Nortel Inversora (NYSE:NTL): 9M15 Net income of Ps.2.78B
- Revenue of Ps.28.61B (+18.1% Y/Y)
Aug. 4, 2015, 5:56 PM
- Nortel Inversora (NYSE:NTL): 1H Net income of Ps. 1.98B
- Revenue of Ps. 18.51B (+18.5% Y/Y).
May 5, 2015, 9:22 AM
- Nortel Inversora (NYSE:NTL): Q1 net income of Ps.1.04B
- Revenue of Ps.8.88B (+18.7% Y/Y)
Mar. 9, 2015, 5:56 PM
- Nortel Inversora (NYSE:NTL): FY'14 Net Income of Ps.$3.72B vs. Ps.$3.2B in 2013
- Revenue of Ps.$33.38B (+22.0% Y/Y).
Nov. 4, 2014, 9:27 AM
- Nortel Inversora (NYSE:NTL): 9M14 Net Income of Ps.$2.68
- Revenue of Ps.$24.22B (+22.0% Y/Y)
Jun. 16, 2014, 6:19 PM
- ADRs of oil and gas explorer YPF, bank BBVA and Latin America-focused wireless firm NII Holdings (NASDAQ:NIHD) fell sharply today in reaction to a setback for Argentina's defaulted bonds which sent the country's markets reeling, taking select U.S.-listed stocks lower.
- The U.S. Supreme Court today left intact rulings that may force Argentina to pay billions of dollars to holders of repudiated bonds, rejecting an appeal in a case that has blocked the country from international debt markets for more than a decade and could prompt the government to default for a second time in 13 years.
- YPF -11.9%, BBVA -0.8%, NIHD -11.3%, END -14.5%, TGS -10.6%, PZE -8.3%, GGAL -8.1%, PAM -6.6%, APSA -4.2%, NTL -3.3%.
- ETF: ARGT
Aug. 13, 2013, 12:49 PM
- Shares of Telecom Argentina (TEO +8.1%) are up sharply, even though no news has hit the wires.
- 54.7% of TEO shares are owned by Nortel Inversora (NTL +7.6%), itself 68% owned by Telecom Italia (TI) and 32% owned by the Werthein Group. (20-F)
- One possible reason for today's jump is the potential of a sale by Telecom Italia of its 37.2% indirect stake in TEO, as the Italian giant contends with the threat of a credit downgrade. The beleaguered telco recently ruled out floating a stock offering as a means to pare its onerous €28.8B net debt load, and has nixed a number of other strategic alternatives.
Oct. 30, 2008, 8:26 AM
Early premarket gainers: OI +25%. BRCD +20% FDRY +195. DB +18%. CEO +155. FSLR +15%. CS +14%. MYL +13%. NTL +13%. STD +12%. ING +12%. SOLF +12%. VIP +11%. MTG +14%. CSIQ +12%. TSL +11%. PTR +11%. ACH +11%. STP +10%. MT +10%. HBC +10%. CHL +9%. LDK +9%. DAL +9%. RTP +9%. YGE +9%. BCS +9%. ENR +9%. DRYS +8%.| Oct. 30, 2008, 8:26 AM