|Bid||64.20 x 4800|
|Ask||64.99 x 10000|
|Day's Range||80.38 - 80.58|
|52 Week Range||49.93 - 81.29|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.25|
|Dividend & Yield||2.29 (2.40%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The surging euro has played spoilsport with what had become global investors' top trade this year -- buying European equities - though for some recent weakness in stocks offers a chance to reshuffle portfolios and stay invested. In August European equity funds even suffered their first weekly outflows in many months, as the euro strengthened to levels that caught many by surprise. "I used to own a lot of exporters but that's changed," said Fidelity's Bill Kennedy, who has been managing the $10 billion Fidelity International Discovery Fund since 2004.
French companies sought to win more business in Greece and to play a part in new Greek projects on Thursday, piggy-backing on French President Emmanuel Macron's two-day visit to Athens. Total's chief executive was among around 40 French business leaders travelling with Macron and told a Greek newspaper he expected Greek parliamentary approval to search for oil off the country's western coast by the end of the year. Greece and a consortium made up of Total, Italy's Edison and Hellenic Petroleum have signed a lease agreement to search for oil and gas in the Ionian Sea.
Vinci SA, Europe’s largest construction firm, is weighing an offer for a controlling stake in Groupe ADP if the French government decides to privatize the airport operator, people familiar with the matter ...
Brazil awarded three European groups on Thursday the rights to operate four airports, drawing nearly double the minimum bids at an auction that underscored investors' appetite for a new wave of privatizations under President Michel Temer. German airport operator Fraport AG, French group Vinci SA and Zurich Airport bid a combined 1.46 billion reais ($470 million) for the rights to run airports in Porto Alegre, Salvador, Fortaleza and Florianopolis.
German airport operator Fraport AG won the rights to operate Brazil's Fortaleza and Porto Alegre airports on Thursday, beating out French group Vinci SA and Zurich Airport with bids of 425 million reais ...
French group Vinci SA has submitted bids to operate at least two of four Brazilian airports in a government auction this week, a source with knowledge of the matter said on Monday, without detailing which ...
MILAN/LONDON, Feb 8 (Reuters) - European shares edged ahead on Wednesday, helped by good earning updates, but bank stocks hit a five-week low on growing concerns over the region's crowded election agenda this year. The STOXX 600 rose 0.3 percent after a volatile session that saw the pan-European index dip into negative territory at one point, weighed down by financial stocks which are seen as most sensitive to political uncertainty. At the forefront of investors' concerns is the French presidential election, with worries about the strong showing of far-right candidate Marine Le Pen keeping euro and French debt under pressure on Wednesday.
European shares edged higher on Wednesday led by mining and construction stocks on a heavy day for company results. The pan-European STOXX 600 index was up 0.2 percent, but national indexes were mixed, with Italy, Spain and Britain in negative territory while France's blue-chip index outperformed. Norwegian insurer Storebrand was the best performing stock in the index, up 5.1 percent after touching a nine-year high, after reporting forecast-beating earnings and the first dividend in six years.
New York, January 06, 2017-- Moody's Investors Service, assigned a rating of Ba3 to the US $330 million Senior Secured Notes to be issued by Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI, S.A.. The outlook on the ...
Intuitive Surgical posted adjusted earnings of $5.39 per share in the third quarter of 2016, crushing the Zacks Consensus Estimate by $1.04, courtesy of stellar revenue growth. Also, the figure improved 19.8% on a year-over-year basis.