62 articles about "Consolidated Water"
Contagion-resistant water utility stocks were the best place to be this month, as the GWI Water Index outperformed major stock indices on every continent. Declines elsewhere were a catalyst for increased share buyback activity.
The International Finance Corporation is considering an equity investment of up to $24 million in Indian water project developer Doshion Limited.
Water stocks tracked the wider market down this month, with Europe and Asia coming off particularly badly. Meanwhile, a slew of initial public offerings will add new depth to the investment opportunities on offer.
The market for small desalination plants is served by hundreds of regional suppliers assembling skid-mounted reverse osmosis units in workshops. Is this market the next to be consolidated?
American Water was the runaway winner amongst the quoted US water utilities in 2011. What are the prospects for 2012?
Chilean economic development agency Corfo decided on 15 December not to proceed with the sale of a 40.46% stake in Essal, owing to the bids received not satisfying the minimum threshold set. Corfo had been targetting proceeds of around $100 million from the sale.
A poor showing from the European majors acted as a drag on the performance of the GWI Global Water Index this month. What will the new year bring?
* Liberation Capital, the private equity fund set up by ex-GE Water boss Jeff Garwood, is looking to raise a second round of capital in December, just four months after completing its first $60 million funding round.
Asian stocks were the biggest fallers in the GWI Global Water Index this month, as export fears began to hit home. The debut of Xylem provided a bright spot, with more water pure-plays expected to float in the New Year.
Select Energy Services continues to strengthen its presence as a water solutions provider to the Marcellus and Haynesville Shales.