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LAKEVILLE, Conn., July 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Salisbury Bancorp, Inc. (Salisbury), (NASDAQ Capital Market: SAL), the holding company for Salisbury Bank and Trust Company (the Bank), announced results for its second quarter ended June 30, 2021.
Spark consortium, led by Milan-based WeBuild, will negotiate the $7-$9 billion contract to build a tunnel beneath the Yarra River and Banyule Flats, and interchanges in Melbournes north-east.
A team that includes Webuild has been named as preferred bidder has been selected for the tunnel that will fix the missing link in Melbournes freeway network
Salisbury Bancorp found using ticker (SAL) now have 2 analysts covering the stock. The analyst consensus points to a rating of ''Buy''. The target price ranges between 41.5 and 40 with the average target price sitting at 40.75. Given that the stocks previous close was at 38.25 this indicates there is a potential upside of 6.5%. The 50 day moving average now sits at 38.79 and the 200 day MA is 37.25. The market cap for the company is $109m. Company Website: /> [stock_market_widget type="chart" symbol="SAL" chart="bar" range="6mo" interval="1d" line-color="rgb(49, 125, 189)"] Salisbury Bancorp operates as the bank holding company for Salisbury Bank and Trust Company that provides commercial banking, consumer financing, retail banking, and trust and wealth advisory services. It offers various retail and commercial deposit products. The company also provides loans, such as residential and commercial real estate loans; construction loans; commercial loans; and consumer loans, including home equity loans and lines of credit, and auto and personal installment loans.
Webuild has added an Italian rail contract worth over 1bn to its tally of major wins this month.
Webuild Group has been identified as the best bidder for a contract for the executive design and construction of the Orsara-Hirpinia section of the Napoli-Bari high-speed railway worth 1.032 billion.
B3W vs BRI, Webuild and Timber (Again)
Webuild and its US subsidiary Lane Construction have signed the final agreement for a US$16bn (£11.4bn) project that will introduce Japanese bullet trains to the USA.
The developer of a long-planned and controversial high-speed rail line that would get passengers from Dallas to Houston in 90 minutes announced Tuesday that it signed a $16 billion contract with an Italian company to build the project, in what could be a step toward realization. Webuild, based in Milan, will oversee heavy construction of the planned 236-mile project for developer Texas Central, the companies said in a news release. Webuild will operate through U.S. subsidiary Cheshire, Connecticut-based Lane Construction Corporation. Nearly half the distance the bullet train will cover at speeds up to 200-mph will be elevated to reduce the impact on property owners, the companies said. Residents have fought the high-speed train, which has been discussed for decades and would rely on acquiring land through eminent domain to construct the rail line. Trey Duhon, who heads a group called Texans Against High-Speed Rail, criticized Tuesdays announcement, saying it was just the developer continuing to try to drum up support for an unpopular project. Texas Central takes every opportunity to generate what sounds like progress to keep interest and investments alive, said Duhon, who also is the highest-ranking elected official in Waller County, outside Houston. Texas Central has been reporting that construction will begin `within the next six months, `later this year or `soon for the last five years. Webuild CEO Pietro Salini said the project brings further focus to the companys work in the U.S., its single biggest market. Being part of such a challenging project as leader of the design and construction of the railway is a unique experience that we are extremely proud of, Salini said.
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DALLAS, June 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Texas Central, developers of the high-speed train between Dallas and Houston, has signed a $16 billion contract with Webuild, operating in the U.S.
A consortium headed by Webuild has been named as the best bidder for a section of Italian railway that involves building a tunnel almost 10km long.
Webuild Group has landed a 1.07bn (£865m) rail contract.
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