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Auckland Airport raises USD150m; Aeroporto di Firenze shares drop 4.4%


New Zealand's Auckland International Airport (+0.5%) raised USD150 million in long-term bonds paying spreads of 150 to 175 basis points (bps) to refinance bank debt. The offer, to be funded in Feb-2011 and Jul-2011, consisted of three tranches of USD50 million each. Commonwealth Bank of Australia arranged the offer.

Aeroporto di Firenze (-4.4%) shares lost the most ground on Monday (22-Nov-2010) while GVK Power and Infrastructure shares gained the most by 3.3%.

Selected airport operators/investors daily share price movements (% change): 22-Nov-2010

Hellenic Duty Free Shops shares gained 2.6% on Monday. On the same day the operator announced plans to report its financial results for the period 01-Jan-2010 to 30-Sep-2010 on 25-Nov-2010.

Selected airport suppliers daily share price movements (% change): 22-Nov-2010

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