Ovivo

15 articles about "Ovivo"

Europe Water In Brief Vol 16, Issue 1 (January 2015)

Veolia has become the second European casualty to exit from a Russian water concession. Following Remondis’ exit from Arzamas last autumn, Veolia is understood to have sold its interest in Tomskvodokanal, the water utility serving the Siberian city of Tomsk, to a group of Russian investors headed by Kirill Novozhilov.

Growth eludes US equipment suppliers Vol 16, Issue 1 (January 2015)

After a stellar performance in 2013, North American water equipment stocks ran out of steam last year, as the focus turned to cost-cutting and restructuring efforts. Sustained low oil prices could see a shake-out in 2015.

Index looking up Vol 16, Issue 1 (January 2015)

  • The GWI Global Water Index rose by 10.5% in dollar terms last year, ending 2014 at a new record high as it outperformed the MSCI World Index by...
  • The strong performance of Chinese water stocks is fuelling an IPO boom. At the end of December, Sichuan Demo-Scimee Tech. & Sci. received approval to list in...
  • The secondary market for brownfield BOT (build-operate-transfer) assets is almost as hot as the IPO market. Beijing Enterprises Holdings, the parent company of Beijing Enterprises Water Group, is buying...
  • Japanese water technology company Metawater raised JPY26 billion ($222 million) in an IPO in December which valued the business at JPY62 billion ($531 million). The money will go towards taking advantage of...
  • Singapore-listed Darco Water Technologies is raising S$8 million (US$6.1 million) through a rights issue as a first step towards rehabilitating the company after a fraud at its Taiwanese subsidiary forced the parent to sell its...

On the markets Vol 15, Issue 10 (October 2014)

  • Canada’s GLV is taking its pulp and paper equipment business private, leaving its water treatment division, Ovivo, to continue to trade on...
  • Shares in publicly traded pipeline services company Aegion fell 12% after it downgraded its earnings guidance for this year and confirmed...

Ovivo finally wipes the slate clean Vol 15, Issue 10 (October 2014)

The Canadian group is aiming to restore its margins by relaunching itself as a water pure-play. Incoming CEO Marc Barbeau spoke to GWI about his plans to restore shareholder confidence in the battered company.

Playing the faith game in water stocks Vol 15, Issue 10 (October 2014)

A month of catastrophic share price declines at some of the water market’s best-known companies failed to stem the flow of new investment strategies – or initial public offerings.

Peering over the edge of the patent cliff Vol 15, Issue 8 (August 2014)

The expiration of patents on blockbuster drugs has hit income in the pharma sector. The need to reduce costs is creating a new market for lower-cost water solutions. Developing markets in China and India are leading the way.

MAGNIFICENT SEVEN Vol 15, Issue 7 (July 2014)

  • There are seven water industry mergers to report this month...
  • The biggest deal is the AECOM – URS tie-up, which should be seen in the context of a long-term trend towards...
  • The Metito deal is an acquisition in sl0-mo. One suspects that within three years, Mitsubishi will have absorbed the whole business, with the concessions joining...
  • We have been tipping GE to buy into the energy-from-waste market for some time...
  • Aquarion is the new incarnation of Karl Millauer, the former CEO of Christ Water Technology. It is backed by...

GWI Water Index recovers its energy Vol 15, Issue 3 (March 2014)

Another all-time high for the GWI Global Water Index this month was driven by impressive performances at Veolia Environnement and Energy Recovery Inc. Is it premature to label them both as growth stocks?

FLAGGING SALES Vol 13, Issue 6 (June 2012)

Sacyr Vallehermoso has given the clearest signal yet that it is willing to consider a sale of its environmental services division, Valoriza.