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Spain's biggest telco missed Street estimates with a 54 drop in first quarter net profit. Flat sales of €15.5bn and a €337m markdown of its 10.5 percent stake in Telelcom Italia dragged the bottom line down to €748m.
Latin American operating earnings, which grew by 0.8 percent to €2.55bn, offset a marked slowdown across Europe, where they plunged more than 15 percent to €2.51bn
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The carrier formed by the merger of British Airways and Iberian Airlines posted a hefty €249m operating loss as soaring fuel prices and the ongoing economic turmoil in Spain offset rising passenger volumes.
First quarter revenues rose 7.8 percent to €3.9bn but the growth was submerged by a 24.9 percent spike in fuel costs which took the tab to €1.4bn.
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France's third-largest bank said first quarter profits fell a steeper-than-expected 75 percent to €252m as writedowns on Greek debt hammered the bottom line. Group revenues rose 2.3 percent to €5.3bn but the improvement was overshadowed by a €940m charge linked to Emporiki Bank, the Greece-based lender it purchased in 2006. Around €373m of that charge was related to the so-called PSI contribution to Greece's larger €174bn EU/IMF bailout.
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The second-largest insurance group in Europe posted a 0.8 percent rise in first quarter sales, taking them to just over €28bn. Sales from its casualty unit were up 3.3 percent on a like-for-like basis, while life insurance revenue fell 0.2 percent. The biggest decline, however, was in it asset management unit, where record-low interest rates around Europe lopped 9.6 percent for the unit's top line.
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The British utility and owner of British gas said first quarter trading improved thanks to higher wholesale gas and power prices. The group is likely to report half-year earnings of around 14 pence per share from sales of around £11bn, it said in an interim statement Friday.