TAESA


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TAESATransportes Aereos Ejecutivos SA (Spanish: Air Transport Executives, SA; Mexico)
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4 0,40 2 0,67 6 0,46 DUKE ENERGY 4 0,40 2 0,67 6 0,46 EDP 5 0,50 1 0,33 6 0,46 NEOENERGIA 3 0,30 2 0,67 5 0,38 ELETROBRAS 3 0,30 2 0,67 5 0,38 CEEE-D 3 0,30 2 0,67 5 0,38 ENERGISA 3 0,30 2 0,67 5 0,38 AES SUL 4 0,40 1 0,33 5 0,38 CPFL 4 0,40 1 0,33 5 0,38 RENOVA 4 0,40 1 0,33 5 0,38 TAESA 2 0,20 2 0,67 4 0,31 ELETROPAULO 3 0,30 1 0,33 4 0,31 CELESC 4 0,40 0 0,00 4 0,31 EMAE 0 0,00 3 1,00 3 0,23 Total Geral 101 10,1 41 13,7 142 10,92 Media Geral 4 0,42 2 0,57 6 0,46 Fonte: Dados da pesquisa.
Cemig's recent outperformance was likely driven by some news flow linking the company to potential asset sales, more specifically, to the sale of Santo Antonio, Telco, Gasmig and Taesa's non-controlling shares.
21 September 2011 - Brazilian power firm Taesa (SAO:TRNA11) has lined up Citigroup (NYSE:C), Banco Bradesco (SAO:BBDC4) and Banco Santander (MCE:SAN) to handle its planned debt issue, Brazilian daily Exame said, citing unnamed sources.
Columnist Francisco Rodriguez of the Guanajuato daily newspaper Correo said Sanchez resorted to some of the poor practices employed by TAESA, such as taking parts from one airplane to fix another.
The new airline is property of the Abed family, who owned the now defunct budget airline company Taesa. It is expected that Vuelamex would attempt to fill the budget-market void left by its predecessor.
Lineas Aereas Azteca, a new Mexican airline formed after the collapse of TAESA, has acquired two Boeing 737-700 Next Generation aircraft for USD94m.