DUAVF - Dassault Aviation SA

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1,250.00
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Previous Close1,250.00
Open1,250.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range1,250.00 - 1,250.00
52 Week Range1,245.00 - 1,665.00
Volume9
Avg. Volume0
Market Cap9.7B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.91
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield23.71 (1.90%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 21, 2019
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    Global defence firms line up as India goes shopping to update ageing fleet

    U.S. and European defence firms backed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's military modernisation drive at a defence exhibition on Friday, despite a lengthy procurement process running into years and limited funds. Airbus SE and U.S.-based Lockheed Martin Corp and Boeing Co. are eying multi-billion dollar deals under Modi's aim to upgrade an ageing fleet of aircraft and enhance local arms manufacturing to cut imports.

  • These 4 Measures Indicate That Dassault Aviation (EPA:AM) Is Using Debt Reasonably Well
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    These 4 Measures Indicate That Dassault Aviation (EPA:AM) Is Using Debt Reasonably Well

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  • Concerns over U.S. Latecoere purchase overblown: Dassault CEO
    Reuters

    Concerns over U.S. Latecoere purchase overblown: Dassault CEO

    Concerns among French lawmakers about aerospace firm Latecoere's sale to a U.S. fund are "overblown", the head of its major client Dassault Aviation said on Thursday. Dassault boss Eric Trappier was speaking as head of French aerospace industry body GIFAS, after 17 parliamentarians objected to Latecoere's acquisition by Searchlight Capital, which took a controlling stake last month. Latecoere, based in Toulouse, makes aircraft doors and fuselages and is developing phototronic technologies to deliver on-board internet access with light instead of wifi.

  • European stocks rise for first time in three sessions
    MarketWatch

    European stocks rise for first time in three sessions

    European stocks rose on Tuesday for the first time in three sessions, as traders began to de-emphasize U.S.-Iran tensions.

  • What Dassault Aviation SA's (EPA:AM) ROE Can Tell Us
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    What Dassault Aviation SA's (EPA:AM) ROE Can Tell Us

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  • What Did Dassault Aviation SA's (EPA:AM) CEO Take Home Last Year?
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    What Did Dassault Aviation SA's (EPA:AM) CEO Take Home Last Year?

    Éric Trappier has been the CEO of Dassault Aviation SA (EPA:AM) since 2013. First, this article will compare CEO...

  • Reuters

    Demonstrator contract for Franco-German fighter jet project expected by Jan

    France and Germany have reached an agreement on their joint fighter programme and are expected to award a contract to demonstrate the validity of the planned technology by January, Dassault Aviation chief executive said on Monday. The contract was initially expected to be awarded this year and the delay had sparked Dassault and Airbus, the leading industrial partners in the project, to pressure France and Germany to make progress. "There is no more issue right now between the French and German (governments) as far as the FCAS (Future Combat Air System) is concerned," Dassault CEO Eric Trappier told Reuters at the Dubai Airshow.

  • The Dassault Aviation (EPA:AM) Share Price Is Up 22% And Shareholders Are Holding On
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    The Dassault Aviation (EPA:AM) Share Price Is Up 22% And Shareholders Are Holding On

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  • Are Dassault Aviation SA’s (EPA:AM) High Returns Really That Great?
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    Are Dassault Aviation SA’s (EPA:AM) High Returns Really That Great?

    Today we'll look at Dassault Aviation SA (EPA:AM) and reflect on its potential as an investment. To be precise, we'll...

  • With EPS Growth And More, Dassault Aviation (EPA:AM) Is Interesting
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    With EPS Growth And More, Dassault Aviation (EPA:AM) Is Interesting

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  • Reuters

    Arms firms fret over delays in Franco-German fighter project

    France's Dassault Aviation and Europe's Airbus have stepped up pressure on France and Germany to agree the next stage of a planned fighter project, warning Europe's arms industry and long-term security could suffer from delays. The two companies are the leading industrial partners in a project to build a futuristic swarm of manned and unmanned warplanes, announced by the leaders of France and Germany two years ago and expanded earlier this year to include Spain. Dassault and Airbus won a 65-million-euro contract in January to develop the concept for the Future Combat Air System (FCAS) but await a new contract to build demonstrators for interlinked fighters, drones and an “air combat cloud” by 2026.

  • 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.

  • 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".

  • 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.

  • Reuters

    Supreme Court to hear Dassault jet deal in setback for Modi

    The Supreme Court said on Wednesday it will hear a request for an investigation into a $8.7 billion fighter jet deal with France's Dassault Aviation, in a setback for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government. The published material was privileged defence documents, the government says. "Preliminary objections of the Centre are dismissed," said the court, led by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, referring to the government, adding that it would set a date for further hearings.

  • Reuters

    Dassault Aviation eyes growth for 2019 as 2018 profits rise

    PARIS (Reuters) - France's Dassault Aviation forecast higher net sales for 2019 and more orders of planes as it posted a rise in annual sales and profits that lifted its shares. The maker of Rafale warplanes ...