Ferrovial


H1-20: traffic taking a toll on profitability

31/07/20 -"Ferrovial posted lfl growth of 12.2% on the back of a weak comparison base. The net result, which includes the equity-accounted result, stood at €-379m (vs €-6m in H1 19). Heathrow has a strong cash ..."

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