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CONSTRUCC. Y AUX. DE FERROCARRILES, S.A.
AddressCL JOSÉ MIGUEL ITURRIOZ 26, 20200 BEASAIN (GUIPÚZCOA) 
Listed Capital10,318,505.75 Euros



CONSTRUCIONES Y AUX.FF.CC. (CAF)
ISINES0121975009 TickerCAF Nominal0.301 MarketContinuous Market Admitted Capital10,318,505.75 Euros 

Last prices
DateHourCloseRef.% Dif.LastHighLowAvg.VolumeTurnover
20/01/2021Close39.200038.75001.1639.200039.450038.550038.867644,0531,712,234.80
19/01/2021Close38.750039.4500-1.7738.750040.200038.500038.869526,3501,024,210.55
X
20/01/2021 17:37:11
BidAsk
OrdersVolumePricePriceVolumeOrders
19439.050039.2000791
19439.000039.25002612
19438.900039.30002682
21,12038.800039.35009393
51,17138.750039.40001,5823
Data Delayed 15 minutes.

Last pay
TypeEx-datePayment DateConcept
Dividend13/01/202115/01/2021Annual 2020

Last split
DateEquivalence
30/11/201610 x 1

Last reverse split
DateEquivalence
 

Last capital increase
PeriodProportionType
15/05/19901 x 462Premium


 2021
until 19/01
2020201920182017
Capitalisation *
(thousands of euros)
1,328,3791,345,5191,405,5111,240,9631,171,716
Shares
(x 1,000)
34,28134,28134,28134,28134,281
Period Close Price
(euros)
38.750039.250041.000036.200034.1800
Period Last Price
(euros)
38.750039.250041.000036.200034.1800
Period High Price
(euros)
42.100043.300044.900043.600039.5000
Period Low Price
(euros)
38.500025.200035.300031.300032.2200
Volume
(thousands of shares)
70111,3258,42410,77311,846
Turnover
(thousands of euros)
28,439379,212342,520411,250426,581

Profile

CAF, founded in 1917, is Spain's oldest railway material company.

After the Civil War, CAF helped to rebuild Spain's railways between 1940 and 1950. The company expanded its activities, consolidated its assets and launched a factory at Irún.

In 1954, it acquired control of Material Móvil y Construcciones, based in Zaragoza, which specialised in long distance travel and underground railways.

During the 1960's, CAF helped to modernize Spain's railways.

In 1969, it created a unit for R&D in order to strengthen the technological development of its products.

In 1971, it adopted its present name of Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarril.

Between 1988 and 1994, the company reorganised and modernized its factories and in 1990 it helped to build the AVE high-speed train from Madrid to Seville.

CAF began to expand abroad as of 1992, exporting and expanding its maintenance facilities.

In 1996, it designed and built the express train and Metro to Hong Kong airport. In 1997, it won the contract to make the train and carriages for the Heathrow Express, the fast train from Paddington station to Heathrow airport. In 1998, it won the contracts for trains and carriages for the Wahington, Sacramento and Pittsburgh Metros.
This represented a significant leap into the US market. In 2001, it won the contract to make the high-speed AVE trains for the Madrid-Barcelona double width line.

Source: Issuing company.
20/01/2021 01:04:20

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