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An Easy Double: Abengoa YieldCo Spin Will be Huge for Parent (ABGB)

April 16, 2014 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: ABGB

Abengoa SA is a large Engineering & Construction company based out of Spain, but with 70% of its revenues derived from outside of the EU, primarily in North America and Latin America.  I've written about the company twice before, mainly because it looked like a sure thing to increase in value by at least 80% over the coming months.  Since I first wrote about the company on February 9, they've released 2013 earnings, 2014 guidance and have filed with the SEC to spin off a portion of their utility assets (which they call 'concession' assets) into a high-yield vehicle, or 'yieldco.'  The yieldco perfectly illustrates my point from February 9:  Abengoa is bringing enormously profitable assets into service in the very near future and those assets are going to dramatically increase the profitability and value of the company.  The market is not seeing it now, but it will over the summer, which is when it appears the yieldco will be offered to the public.  [more]

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