AM.PA - Dassault Aviation SA

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
1,361.00
+1.00 (+0.07%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close1,360.00
Open1,368.00
BidN/A x N/A
AskN/A x N/A
Day's Range1,355.00 - 1,381.00
52 Week Range1,103.00 - 1,619.00
Volume5,215
Avg. Volume5,322
Market Cap11.314B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.16
PE Ratio (TTM)16.12
EPS (TTM)84.41
Earnings DateSep 4, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield21.20 (1.56%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-22
1y Target Est1,778.40
  • Bloomberg

    Italy Sides With U.K. in Contest to Build Next European Warplane

    (Bloomberg) -- Italy has lined up behind a British bid to build Europe’s next jet fighter in competition with France and Germany.Italian companies including Leonardo SpA and Avio Aero, a division of General Electric Co., signed a statement of intent in London Wednesday to partner with BAE Systems Plc, Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc and other U.K. firms on the Tempest jet, BAE said by email.While Leonardo’s British arm was already a participant in the fledgling program, the division had previously made clear that its Rome-based parent wasn’t involved and remained open to joining the rival program led by France’s Dassault Aviation SA and the German fighter business of Airbus SE.Leonardo’s involvement means BAE is aligned with its existing partner on the Eurofighter program, while Airbus is splitting from Eurofighter to team with Dassault, which currently produces the rival Rafale warplane. Sweden, whose Saab AB builds Europe’s third fighter, the Gripen, is already in the Tempest camp, having signed a memorandum of understanding in July.Britain embarked on the fighter initiative, which includes missile maker MBDA and could extend to non-European partners such as Turkey or Japan, after France and Germany said they’d formed a new combat-aircraft alliance. Some defense experts have said the two programs are still likely to come together to cut costs and compete with the next generation of U.S. warplanes.To contact the reporter on this story: Christopher Jasper in London at cjasper@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Anthony Palazzo at apalazzo@bloomberg.net, Andrew Noël, John BowkerFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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  • Reuters

    GLOBAL MARKETS-European stocks hit one-month highs on news of U.S.-China trade talks

    European shares rose to fresh one-month highs and safe-haven assets like gold and the yen fell on Thursday after U.S.-China talks were flagged for October, raising hopes their trade war will de-escalate before it further damages the world economy. France's CAC 40 index jumped 0.9% to hit a more than one-month high, outperforming major European bourses, aided by a 6.3% rise in shares of engine maker Safran after the company upped its full-year profit forecasts. The Chinese yuan jumped versus the dollar in offshore trade, while safe-haven assets such as gold, the Swiss franc, and the yen fell.

  • Dassault Aviation keeps 2019 targets as profit rises
    Reuters

    Dassault Aviation keeps 2019 targets as profit rises

    France's Dassault Aviation maintained its 2019 targets for plane deliveries and higher net sales on Wednesday, as it posted a rise in profit for the first half of the year. The maker of Rafale warplanes and Falcon business jets said its adjusted operating income for the first six months of the year stood at 250 million euros ($278.6 million), up from 111 million euros a year ago. Chief Executive Eric Trappier said demand for business jets remained slack in the first half, with 7 orders for Falcon aircraft compared with 18 a year earlier.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Dassault Aviation keeps 2019 targets as profit rises

    France's Dassault Aviation maintained its 2019 targets for plane deliveries and higher net sales on Wednesday, as it posted a rise in profit for the first half of the year. The maker of Rafale warplanes and Falcon business jets said its adjusted operating income for the first six months of the year stood at 250 million euros ($278.6 million), up from 111 million euros a year ago. Chief Executive Eric Trappier said demand for business jets remained slack in the first half, with 7 orders for Falcon aircraft compared with 18 a year earlier.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Dassault Aviation: Availability of the 2019 first half-year Financial Report as of 30 June 2019

    Saint-Cloud, 4 September 2019 Availability of the 2019 first half-year Financial Report as of 30 June 2019 DASSAULT AVIATION 2019 first half-year Financial Report (Rapport.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Dassault Aviation: 2019 first half-year results financial release

    KEY FIGURES FOR THE 1st HALF OF 2019  H1 2019H1 2018Order intake€ 2,900 M     7 Falcon (n.b: end of August, 26 Falcon)Rafale OCM RAVEL€ 2,807 M   12 Rafale Export18 Falcon.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Dassault Aviation: Thierry Betbeze Named CEO Dassault Falcon Jet

    Thierry Betbeze Named CEO Dassault Falcon Jet DFJ Head Jean Rosanvallon to Step-Down after 44-year career with Dassault Saint-Cloud, France, September 1, 2019 - The Dassault.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Dassault Aviation: Total number of shares and voting rights - 31 august 2019

    DASSAULT AVIATION French corporation (société anonyme) with a share capital of 66,789,624 eurosHeadquarters: 9, Rond-Point des Champs-Elysées Marcel Dassault - 75008 PARISRCS.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Total number of shares and voting rights - 31 July 2019

    DASSAULT AVIATION French corporation (société anonyme) with a share capital of 66,789,624 eurosHeadquarters: 9, Rond-Point des Champs-Elysées Marcel Dassault - 75008 PARISRCS.

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  • GlobeNewswire

    Valérie Guillemet becomes first female member of Dassault Aviation’s Executive Committee

    Valérie Guillemet becomes first female member of Dassault Aviation’s Executive Committee Saint-Cloud, France, 11 July 2019 – Since July 1st, Valérie Guillemet has been Head of.

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    The Sustainability of Aviation. A Statement by the Chief Technology Officers of seven of the world’s major aviation manufacturers

    Aviation connects our world by efficiently and rapidly moving people, opening new economic opportunities and transporting food and goods all over our planet. The aviation industry is already taking significant action to protect the planet and will continue to do so. Aviation contributes to two percent of human-made carbon dioxide emissions.

  • Reuters

    France warns new European drone must be competitive on price

    A next-generation drone being developed by several European nations must be price competitive or the project designed to project European unity and strength in an increasingly uncertain world will flounder, France's defense minister warned on Monday. France and Germany are spearheading the development of a new manned fighter jet to replace the Eurofighter Typhoon and Dassault Aviation's Rafale fighter jet, as well as a range of associated weapons, including drones. "I want to tell the companies that this program will only run its course if the drone that they propose is competitive," Defense Minister Florence Parly said in a speech at the Paris Airshow.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Spain joins France and Germany in race to build Europe's next combat jet

    Spain on Monday joined a Franco-German project to build a next-generation fighter jet, an initiative touted as key to ensuring Europe can defend itself without depending on allies in an increasingly uncertain world. Dassault Aviation and Airbus will build the warplane which is expected to be operational from 2040, with a view to replacing Dassault's Rafale and Germany's Eurofighter over time. The European project faces competition from Britain, which last year launched its own plans for a new combat jet dubbed "Tempest".

  • Spain joins France and Germany in race to build Europe's next combat jet
    Reuters

    Spain joins France and Germany in race to build Europe's next combat jet

    Spain on Monday joined a Franco-German project to build a next-generation fighter jet, an initiative touted as key to ensuring Europe can defend itself without depending on allies in an increasingly uncertain world. Dassault Aviation and Airbus will build the warplane which is expected to be operational from 2040, with a view to replacing Dassault's Rafale and Germany's Eurofighter over time. The European project faces competition from Britain, which last year launched its own plans for a new combat jet dubbed "Tempest".

  • GlobeNewswire

    Industrial agreement, offers delivered to France and Germany: Dassault Aviation and Airbus achieve next decisive milestone for Future Combat Air System programme

    Industrial agreement, offers delivered to France and Germany: Dassault Aviation and Airbus achieve next decisive milestone for Future Combat Air System programme  .

  • Dassault to Buy Medidata in $5.7 Billion Shift to Health
    Bloomberg

    Dassault to Buy Medidata in $5.7 Billion Shift to Health

    (Bloomberg) -- French technology company Dassault Systemes SE agreed to buy Medidata Solutions Inc., a software firm that analyzes clinical trials, for $5.7 billion to bolster its offerings to the pharmaceutical industry.The record deal will allow Dassault to offer drugmakers a complete set of services and ride a shift toward personalized medicine, in which research and tools are tailored to individual patient profiles, generating the need to analyze vast amounts of data.Health is becoming a crucial market for Dassault, which also creates 3D design software, said Pascal Daloz, the company’s chief financial officer. Medidata offers clients wearable sensors that help track patients’ health in real life and biomarker analysis to select which ones may best respond to drugs. It estimates that 13 of the top 15 medicines sold last year relied on its technology.“This is by far the largest acquisition we’ve ever made,” Daloz said on a conference call, highlighting Dassault’s interest in the health market.Drugmakers’ CostsThe all-cash transaction values Medidata at $92.25 a share -- 17% more than Medidata’s closing price on April 18, the last trading day before Bloomberg reported Dassault’s interest in the New York-based company. Medidata shares were down 3.5% to $91.45 at 9:59 a.m. in New York. Dassault fell 1.5% to 134.45 euros in Paris.The deal is expected to close in the final quarter of 2019 and start boosting earnings as early as 2020, the companies said in a statement.Drugmakers faced with rising development costs are outsourcing many parts of their research and development efforts, using specialized providers of services and technology.Medidata counts most of the biggest drug companies in the world as customers, according to supply-chain data compiled by Bloomberg. It provides a cloud-based subscription service that helps medical device, diagnostic and pharmaceutical companies manage and analyze clinical trials. Its revenue more than doubled from 2013 to 2018, when it brought in $635.7 million.Dassault, with a market value of 36 billion euros ($41 billion), offers software and services for industries ranging from aerospace and defense to consumer goods. The life sciences business counts many major pharma companies among its clients.The planned acquisition, endorsed by both boards, marks the first time the French company has resorted to external funding, according to Daloz. Dassault will finance the takeover with a 1 billion-euro loan, a 3 billion-euro bridge-to-loan facility and available cash.(Updates with Dassault shares in sixth paragraph.)\--With assistance from Liana Baker, Geraldine Amiel and Marie Mawad.To contact the reporters on this story: Ed Hammond in New York at ehammond12@bloomberg.net;Ruth David in London at rdavid9@bloomberg.net;Manuel Baigorri in Hong Kong at mbaigorri@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Elizabeth Fournier at efournier5@bloomberg.net, ;Giles Turner at gturner35@bloomberg.net, Jeff Sutherland, Thomas MulierFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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