BAY.TI - BAYER

TLO - TLO Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
68.54
-2.35 (-3.31%)
At close: 5:10PM CET
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Previous Close70.89
Open69.58
Bid0.00 x 40000
Ask0.00 x 40000
Day's Range68.80 - 69.58
52 Week Range68.80 - 69.58
Volume338
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  • Ken Fisher Sells Berkshire, Bayer
    GuruFocus.com9 hours ago

    Ken Fisher Sells Berkshire, Bayer

    The founder, executive chairman and co-chief investment officer of Fisher Investments, Ken Fisher (Trades, Portfolio), sold shares in the following stocks during the third quarter. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 5 Warning Sign with BRK.B. Click here to check it out. The guru almost closed his Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Class B (BRK.B) position after a reduction of 91.08%.

  • What's in the Cards for Bayer (BAYRY) This Earnings Season?
    Zacks11 hours ago

    What's in the Cards for Bayer (BAYRY) This Earnings Season?

    Bayer (BAYRY) is scheduled to report third-quarter earnings on Nov 13. Acquisition of Mosanto is expected to boost sales of Crop Science segment significantly.

  • Regeneron (REGN) Q3 Earnings Beat Estimates, Revenues In Line
    Zacks6 days ago

    Regeneron (REGN) Q3 Earnings Beat Estimates, Revenues In Line

    Regeneron (REGN) Q3 results beat on earnings, while sales meet expectations. However, the company's dependence on Eylea to boost revenues is a concern.

  • Bayer CEO says would consider glyphosate settlement depending on costs
    Reuters10 days ago

    Bayer CEO says would consider glyphosate settlement depending on costs

    Bayer AG's chief executive said this week the company might consider settling lawsuits over Monsanto's glyphosate-containing weed-killers depending on how high court costs rise, but stressed it remained focused on defending the combined company against claims they cause cancer. Bayer acquired Monsanto this year for $63 billion. "If we can settle nuisances at some point where the defense costs in preparing cases are higher than potential settlement amounts, we will of course consider it from an economic standpoint," CEO Werner Baumann told reporters when asked whether there was any scenario in which Bayer would consider settling.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Bayer CEO says would consider glyphosate settlement depending on costs

    Bayer AG's (BAYGn.DE) chief executive said this week the company might consider settling lawsuits over Monsanto's glyphosate-containing weed-killers depending on how high court costs rise, but stressed it remained focussed on defending the combined company against claims they cause cancer. Bayer acquired Monsanto this year for $63 billion (£48.4 billion). "If we can settle nuisances at some point where the defence costs in preparing cases are higher than potential settlement amounts, we will of course consider it from an economic standpoint," CEO Werner Baumann told reporters when asked whether there was any scenario in which Bayer would consider settling.

  • Financial Times12 days ago

    [$$] US groundskeeper in weedkiller case accepts reduced damages from Bayer

    The school groundskeeper who won damages from Bayer for exposure to a Monsanto’s weedkiller that he claimed caused his cancer has accepted a reduced award. Dewayne Johnson was originally awarded $289m by jurors in August after finding Monsanto had failed to warn of the cancer risk posed by weedkillers. to $39m by a California judge Suzanne Bolanos.

  • The Wall Street Journal12 days ago

    [$$] EPA Allows Farmers to Keep Using Bayer’s Controversial Weedkiller

    The Environmental Protection Agency will continue to allow farmers to spray crops with a controversial weedkiller, while tightening restrictions, the agency said. The EPA extended by two years its approval of XtendiMax, a version of the herbicide dicamba made by Bayer AG, which some farmers and researchers have blamed for damaging millions of acres of crops over the past two years. The decision is a win for Bayer, which also markets soybean and cotton seeds genetically engineered to survive the chemical.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    EPA adds restrictions to use of Bayer, BASF weed killer linked to crop damage

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said on Wednesday it would allow farmers to spray a controversial weed killer made by Bayer AG's Monsanto Co and BASF SE for two more years, with additional restrictions on use. The agency said the herbicide, called dicamba, is an important tool for controlling weeds in crop fields.

  • Groundskeeper accepts reduced $78 million Monsanto verdict
    Associated Press12 days ago

    Groundskeeper accepts reduced $78 million Monsanto verdict

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A Northern California groundskeeper said Wednesday that he will accept a judge's reduced verdict of $78 million against Monsanto after a jury found the company's weed killer caused his cancer.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Groundskeeper in Bayer in U.S. weed-killer case accepts reduced award

    The school groundskeeper who won a jury trial against Bayer AG's Monsanto unit over allegations that the company's glyphosate-containing weed-killers caused his cancer, accepted a court-mandated reduced punitive damages award on Wednesday. The decision by Dewayne Johnson, who sued Monsanto in 2016, brings the total award to $78 million, down from the jury's verdict on Aug. 10 of $289 million - $39 million in compensatory and $250 million in punitive damages. Judge Suzanne Bolanos of San Francisco's Superior Court of California, who oversaw the trial, earlier this month affirmed the liability portion of the verdict, but ordered punitive damages to be slashed to concur with California and federal law.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    EPA adds restrictions to use of controversial weed killer

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said on Wednesday it would allow farmers to spray a controversial weed killer made by Bayer AG's Monsanto Co and BASF SE for two more years, with additional restrictions on use. Farmers have complained that the herbicide called dicamba drifts away after it is sprayed on soy and cotton plants that Monsanto engineered to resist it.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    EPA allows U.S. farmers to keep using weed killer linked to crop damage

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said on Wednesday it would allow farmers to spray a controversial weed killer made by Bayer AG's Monsanto Co and BASF SE for another two years, with some additional ...

  • How Much Herbicide Can You Tolerate in Your Food, and for How Long?
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    How Much Herbicide Can You Tolerate in Your Food, and for How Long?

    From oatmeal to granola bars, ice cream to even orange juice, trace amounts of the chemical can be found throughout your local supermarket. Since then, it’s become a legal headache for Monsanto, and now Bayer AG, which bought the company in June for $66 billion. While regulators including the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency say the glyphosate found in food isn’t a problem because it’s at low levels, some scientists contend not enough is known about the effects of eating small amounts of it, especially over long periods of time.

  • Billionaire's Cotton Dream Languishes in Seed-Royalty Limbo
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    Billionaire's Cotton Dream Languishes in Seed-Royalty Limbo

    In Argentina, the latest patented cotton seeds available are at least a decade old. Using those in 2018 is “like running a Ferrari on compressed natural gas,” said David Hughes, agricultural adviser to Eurnekian’s holding company Corporacion America. The problem is that the South American country -- a farming powerhouse and the biggest exporter of soybean meal -- can’t decide how to update its intellectual property laws.

  • Billionaire's Cotton Dream Languishes in Seed-Royalty Limbo
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    Billionaire's Cotton Dream Languishes in Seed-Royalty Limbo

    In Argentina, the latest patented cotton seeds available are at least a decade old. Using those in 2018 is “like running a Ferrari on compressed natural gas,” said David Hughes, agricultural adviser to Eurnekian’s holding company Corporacion America. The problem is that the South American country -- a farming powerhouse and the biggest exporter of soybean meal -- can’t decide how to update its intellectual property laws.

  • The Wall Street Journal20 days ago

    [$$] Behind Bayer’s Tough Defense of Roundup

    Bayer has a history of fighting big-ticket litigation, which explains its approach to the thousands of lawsuits alleging Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide causes cancer.

  • Monsanto weed killer ruling is 1st step in long legal battle
    Associated Press20 days ago

    Monsanto weed killer ruling is 1st step in long legal battle

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — With its stock dropping and more lawsuits expected, Monsanto vowed Tuesday to press on with a nationwide legal defense of its best-selling weed killer Roundup after a San Francisco judge upheld a verdict alleging it causes cancer.

  • The Latest: Monsanto weed killer legal battle to last years
    Associated Press20 days ago

    The Latest: Monsanto weed killer legal battle to last years

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Latest on Monsanto ruling (all times local):

  • Associated Press20 days ago

    Judge upholds Monsanto verdict, cuts award to $78 million

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A Northern California judge on Monday upheld a jury's verdict that found Monsanto's weed killer caused a groundskeeper's cancer, but she slashed the amount of money to be paid from $289 million to $78 million.

  • U.S. judge affirms Monsanto weed-killer verdict, slashes damages
    Reuters21 days ago

    U.S. judge affirms Monsanto weed-killer verdict, slashes damages

    In a ruling by San Francisco's Superior Court of California, Judge Suzanne Bolanos said she would slash the punitive damages award to $39 million from $250 million if lawyers for school groundskeeper Dewayne Johnson agreed. Bayer said in a statement the decision to reduce the damages was a step in the right direction, but it would still file an appeal with the California Court of Appeal, because the verdict was not supported by the evidence presented at the trial. Monsanto, which denies the allegations, had asked the judge to throw out the entire original $289 million verdict or order a new trial on the punitive damages portion.

  • Bayer Sags as Judge Finds Roundup Weed Killer Caused Cancer
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Bayer Sags as Judge Finds Roundup Weed Killer Caused Cancer

    Bayer said it plans to appeal the ruling. San Francisco Superior Court Judge Suzanne Ramos Bolanos rejected Bayer’s arguments that the jury didn’t have any basis to conclude that the herbicide caused a former school groundskeeper’s cancer. For Bayer, the ruling “is not good news,” said Thomas G. Rohback, a trial lawyer who isn’t involved in the Roundup litigation.

  • TheStreet.com21 days ago

    Bayer Slumps After Judge Upholds Monsanto Cancer Verdict, Reduces Damages

    shares fell sharply in Frankfurt Tuesday after a U.S. judge upheld a verdict that found weedkillers sold by its Monsanto franchise caused a California man's terminal cancer, but slashed the damage payout by nearly three quarters. San Francisco Superior Court Judge Suzanne Bolanos said Bayer would need to pay $39 million in punitive damages and a further $49 billion in compensatory damages to Dewayne Johnson, a groundskeeper who worked for the San Francisco school district, who had argued that Monsanto's 'Roundup' and 'Ranger Pro' weedkillers, as well as its other glyphosate-based products, did not carry sufficient warnings for the risks of cancer that they carried.

  • The Wall Street Journal21 days ago

    [$$] Judge Reduces Jury Award Against Bayer's Roundup to $78.5 Million

    said the $250 million in punitive damages awarded by the jury must be slimmed down to match the $39.25 million in compensatory damages that the jury found appropriate. Bayer shares dropped on the news, down 6.7% in early trading Tuesday, as investors and analysts had been hoping the judge would go even further, reducing also compensatory damages or ordering a new trial. “Clearly this topic isn’t going to go away,” UBS analyst Michael Leuchten wrote in a note to investors.

  • Investors not reacting well to Bayer weed killer case
    CNBC Videos21 days ago

    Investors not reacting well to Bayer weed killer case

    CNBC's Julianna Tatelbaum discusses the impact of Bayer's weed killer case on investments in the company.