Swiss - Swiss Delayed Price. Currency in CHF
133.70-0.80 (-0.59%)
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Prev Close134.50
Bid132.80 x 68600
Ask134.60 x 133000
Day's Range132.90 - 134.00
52wk Range123.70 - 143.90
1y Target EstN/A
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Avg Vol (3m)129,574
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  • Reuters10 months ago

    UPDATE 1-Germany's Linde launches sale of logistics unit Gist

    FRANKFURT/LONDON, Jan 7 (Reuters) - Germany's Linde is launching the sale of its temperature-controlled logistics unit Gist in a deal potentially worth more than $875 million, as it streamlines its operations to focus on its core industrial gases operations, two people familiar with the matter said. Linde has mandated Morgan Stanley to find a buyer for the unit with 570 million euros ($618 million) in 2014 sales and is planning to send out first information packages to prospective bidders by the end of the month, they said. Linde and Morgan Stanley declined to comment.

  • Reuterslast year

    Hapag-Lloyd picks banks for planned IPO - sources

    German container shipping group Hapag-Lloyd is speeding up preparations for an initial public offering (IPO) and has picked Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Berenberg to lead the transaction, two people familiar with the matter said. A flotation of a minority stake could value the world's fourth-largest shipping group at more than 5 billion euros ($5.5 billion) and could take place as early as autumn, Dow Jones reported earlier on Wednesday.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    BMW, Bosch join Deutsche Bahn in airline cartel damages claim

    German carmaker BMW and car supplier Bosch said on Saturday they would join Deutsche Bahn in two claims for about 2.1 billion euros ($2.4 billion) in damages from air freight carriers who were involved in a cartel. The air cargo cartel, which included Europe's biggest airline Lufthansa and British Airways, was first discovered seven years ago and triggered fines in the European Union and in the United States. Confirming a report in German magazine WirtschaftsWoche, spokespeople for BMW and Bosch said the companies had joined the lawsuits, announced by Deutsche Bahn in December.