DPW.DE - Deutsche Post AG

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
28.84
+0.44 (+1.55%)
As of 12:59PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close28.40
Open28.50
Bid28.84 x 90000
Ask28.85 x 463000
Day's Range28.35 - 29.01
52 Week Range27.23 - 41.36
Volume1,934,835
Avg. Volume4,391,352
Market Cap35.424B
Beta1.07
PE Ratio (TTM)13.62
EPS (TTM)2.12
Earnings DateAug 7, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.15 (4.13%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-25
1y Target Est37.06
  • Reuters7 days ago

    Deutsche Post hires bank to explore StreetScooter options - sources

    FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF (Reuters) - German postal services group Deutsche Post (DPWGn.DE) has hired Goldman Sachs to evaluate options for its electric van business StreetScooter as it seeks to expand the unit and tap an expected surge in demand, people close to the matter said. The investment bank (GS.N) has been asked to study potential options of Deutsche Post, which is shying away from making large investments in StreetScooter or taking on risks tied to large scale vehicle production, the people said. Potential partners, including carmakers, are generally better equipped to deal with activities like sales and marketing, product liability management and procurement of parts, they added.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Deutsche Post hires bank to explore StreetScooter options -sources

    FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF, July 11 (Reuters) - German postal services group Deutsche Post has hired Goldman Sachs to evaluate options for its electric van business StreetScooter as it seeks to expand the unit and tap an expected surge in demand, people close to the matter said. The investment bank has been asked to study potential options of Deutsche Post, which is shying away from making large investments in StreetScooter or taking on risks tied to large scale vehicle production, the people said. Potential partners, including carmakers, are generally better equipped to deal with activities like sales and marketing, product liability management and procurement of parts, they added.

  • Is It The Right Time To Buy Deutsche Post AG (ETR:DPW)?
    Simply Wall St.24 days ago

    Is It The Right Time To Buy Deutsche Post AG (ETR:DPW)?

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  • Deutsche Post executive board member to quit over strategy differences
    Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Post executive board member to quit over strategy differences

    Deutsche Post (DPWGn.DE) executive board member Juergen Gerdes will leave the German postal services group over strategic differences, following his removal from the group's largest division by revenue earlier this year. Gerdes will leave the company on June 30 "by mutual consent and on the best of terms amid diverging views on the future strategic focus of the company," the company said in a statement on Tuesday. Gerdes had for more than a decade been in charge of the group's Post - eCommerce - Parcel (PeP) division, which was the focus of cost cutting plan unveiled last week when Deutsche Post also slashed its annual profit forecast.

  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Post CEO says has 'ideas' for leadership of parcel ops

    Deutsche Post DHL (DPWGn.DE) Chief Executive Frank Appel said he had "some ideas" for the future leadership of the group's Post - eCommerce - Parcel (PeP) division but declined to provide details. "Of course I have some ideas but it's too early to talk about that," he told analysts during a conference call on Friday after warning that restructuring of the PeP division would weigh on group earnings this year. Appel moved PeP's former chief Juergen Gerdes to another unit in April and took over leadership of the division himself before devising a plan to cut its costs and invest in productivity increases.

  • Deutsche Post warns parcel restructuring will hit profit
    Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Post warns parcel restructuring will hit profit

    Deutsche Post DHL (DPWGn.DE) set out plans to restructure its post and parcel delivery division to better cope with rising staff and transport costs and slashed its 2018 operating profit forecast by almost a quarter, sending its shares sharply lower. The German postal and logistics group will cut costs and invest in higher productivity at its Post - eCommerce - Parcel (PeP) division to reach its 2020 target of group earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) of more than 5 billion euros (4.4 billion pounds). For 2018, it now sees group EBIT at 3.2 billion euros, down from a previous forecast for 4.2 billion.

  • Deutsche Post says Streetscooter flotation possible
    Reuters2 months ago

    Deutsche Post says Streetscooter flotation possible

    Deutsche Post DHL (DPWGn.DE) could envisage floating its Streetscooter electric van business, which is expanding internationally, on the stock market, but not for another two to three years, an executive said. Deutsche Post developed the Streetscooter for internal use to keep emissions low as online shopping creates more demand for parcel deliveries, but demand from other companies for the van has pushed it to boost production. Gerdes, however, said that Deutsche Post would not sell its entire stake in the business.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Deutsche Post says Streetscooter flotation possible

    Deutsche Post DHL (DPWGn.DE) could envisage floating its Streetscooter electric van business, which is expanding internationally, on the stock market, but not for another two to three years, an executive said. Deutsche Post developed the Streetscooter for internal use to keep emissions low as online shopping creates more demand for parcel deliveries, but demand from other companies for the van has pushed it to boost production. Gerdes, however, said that Deutsche Post would not sell its entire stake in the business.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    German mail service to deliver British milk floats

    Many Britons will have their daily milk delivered by German vans after Deutsche Post won a contract to deliver 200 electric trucks to doorstep delivery service Milk & More. Electric milk floats, as they are known in Britain, have been a part of daily life for generations, with milkmen delivering glass bottles to people's homes every morning. The service has recently regained popularity as public concerns over pollution caused by plastic containers has risen.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Deutsche Post considers raising price for letter postage - report

    German mail and logistics group Deutsche Post DHL (DPWGn.DE) plans to raise the postage price for domestic letters to 0.80 euros from 0.70 euros from 2019, Bild am Sonntag reported. Deutsche Post has not yet filed for regulatory approval for the increase, the paper reported on Sunday, citing no sources. "That is total speculation," a spokesman for Deutsche Post said on Sunday.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Deutsche Post raises prices for shipment of books

    Deutsche Post DHL said it was raising the price of shipping packages of books and other goods in response to rising transport costs and volumes. Effective July 1, prices will rise to 1.20 euros ($1.42) from 1 euro for the shipment of up to 0.5 kg (1.1 lb) of books and to 1.70 euros from 1.65 euros for up to 1 kg of books, it said in a statement on Friday.

  • German Postman Delivers $3 Trillion Debt Reminder
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    German Postman Delivers $3 Trillion Debt Reminder

    The reason for my unnatural excitement about a mail company’s balance sheet is that it offers a foretaste of what’s going to happen when other companies start applying the same accounting reform, called IFRS 16. Helpfully, Deutsche Post opted for early implementation, providing everyone else with a chance to learn. The reforms will oblige companies to include operating lease obligations, currently listed only in the notes to financial statements, on their balance sheets.

  • Deutsche Post DHL seeks cost reduction at post, parcels division
    Reuters2 months ago

    Deutsche Post DHL seeks cost reduction at post, parcels division

    German postal and logistics group Deutsche Post DHL Group is working on ways to cut costs at its post and parcels division after it missed first-quarter profit expectations. Shares in Deutsche Post fell 4.2 percent in early trading after the earnings disappointment. "We are working on different measures to keep the cost base under control for the remaining months of the year," Chief Financial Officer Melanie Kreis told journalists, adding that an update would be given at second quarter results.

  • With 2.80% Earnings Growth, Did Deutsche Post AG (ETR:DPW) Outperform The Industry?
    Simply Wall St.2 months ago

    With 2.80% Earnings Growth, Did Deutsche Post AG (ETR:DPW) Outperform The Industry?

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  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    [$$] Deutsche Post Profit Falls

    Deutsche Post said its net profit fell 5.2% on lower revenue as negative currency effects and the sale of a subsidiary impacted the first quarter.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    M&S to close Hardwick distribution centre, affecting 450 jobs

    Its contractors XPO Logistics and DHL have started consultations with their Hardwick staff, it said. M&S also said it had appointed DHL, owned by Deutsche Post AG (DPWGn.DE), to operate its new South East distribution centre at Welham Green.

  • Deutsche Post workers vote in favor of accepting wage offer
    Reuters3 months ago

    Deutsche Post workers vote in favor of accepting wage offer

    Around 68 percent of Deutsche Post (DPWGn.DE) workers represented by German labor union Verdi voted in favor of accepting the mail and logistics company's wage offer, the union said, ending a row over pay and working hours. Deutsche Post had offered a wage increase of 3 percent from Oct. 1 for around 130,000 employees, followed by a 2.1 percent increase a year later.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Deutsche Post workers vote in favour of accepting wage offer

    Around 68 percent of Deutsche Post (DPWGn.DE) workers represented by German labour union Verdi voted in favour of accepting the mail and logistics company's wage offer, the union said, ending a row over pay and working hours. Deutsche Post had offered a wage increase of 3 percent from Oct. 1 for around 130,000 employees, followed by a 2.1 percent increase a year later.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Deutsche Post says its freight unit needs to improve - report

    Deutsche Post DHL Group's (DPWGn.DE) freight unit has to improve significantly to make sure the German logistics group hits its 2020 targets, its chief financial officer told a German newspaper. The group last month said it expects earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) to rise to more than 5 billion euros (£4.36 billion) in 2020, from 3.74 billion euros last year. "To reach our 2020 targets, the freight business has to deliver a significantly bigger contribution compared with 2017," Melanie Kreis said in an interview with Boersen-Zeitung published on Saturday.

  • Deutsche Post says its freight unit needs to improve - report
    Reuters3 months ago

    Deutsche Post says its freight unit needs to improve - report

    Deutsche Post DHL Group's (DPWGn.DE) freight unit has to improve significantly to make sure the German logistics group hits its 2020 targets, its chief financial officer told a German newspaper. The group last month said it expects earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) to rise to more than 5 billion euros ($6.14 billion) in 2020, from 3.74 billion euros last year. "To reach our 2020 targets, the freight business has to deliver a significantly bigger contribution compared with 2017," Melanie Kreis said in an interview with Boersen-Zeitung published on Saturday.

  • Deutsche Post Is Said to Mull Options for Electric-Van Business
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Deutsche Post Is Said to Mull Options for Electric-Van Business

    Deutsche Post AG is exploring strategic options for its StreetScooter electric delivery-van business, including courting an outside investor to fund expansion and eventually selling a stake on the stock ...

  • Deutsche Post to move electric van StreetScooter into new unit
    Reuters3 months ago

    Deutsche Post to move electric van StreetScooter into new unit

    Deutsche Post DHL Group is moving its StreetScooter project into a new unit, seeking opportunities to further commercialize the family of electric delivery vans, it said on Wednesday. Deutsche Post initially ...

  • Deutsche Post to move electric van StreetScooter into new unit
    Reuters3 months ago

    Deutsche Post to move electric van StreetScooter into new unit

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Deutsche Post DHL Group is moving its StreetScooter project into a new unit, seeking opportunities to further commercialize the family of electric delivery vans, it said on Wednesday. ...

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Deutsche Post DHL says global trade outlook continues to improve

    The outlook for air freight remains robust after its best year for business since 2010, but demand for ocean-going cargo is harder to predict, Deutsche Post DHL (DPWGn.DE) said on Wednesday. The German company, one of the world's biggest postal and logistics groups, said its Global Trade Barometer for March, a new indicator which uses logistics data to forecast demand for the next three months, rose to 66 points in March from 64 points in January. A value above 50 indicates positive growth for global trade over the next three months.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Deutsche Post DHL says global trade outlook continues to improve

    The outlook for air freight remains robust after its best year for business since 2010, but demand for ocean-going cargo is harder to predict, Deutsche Post DHL said on Wednesday. The German company, one of the world's biggest postal and logistics groups, said its Global Trade Barometer for March, a new indicator which uses logistics data to forecast demand for the next three months, rose to 66 points in March from 64 points in January. A value above 50 indicates positive growth for global trade over the next three months.