|Bid||25.41 x 10500|
|Ask||25.43 x 32000|
|Day's Range||25.24 - 25.71|
|52 Week Range||19.09 - 34.60|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.33|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||32.70|
|Earnings Date||Aug 6, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.85 (3.35%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Germany and France condemn Russia's legislative move simplifying requirements for people in eastern Ukraine to become Russian citizens, Germany's foreign ministry said on Thursday. "Russia's announcement contravenes the spirit and aims of the Minsk agreements. Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier said there was nothing wrong with giving passports to eastern Ukraine residents.
European shares rose to a five-month high on Thursday, boosted by strength in the banking sector after Britain's parliament voted to reject a disorderly Brexit. Sentiment improved from cautious to upbeat after the open, ahead of another vote on Thursday evening that could delay Britain's planned departure from the European Union. "We now see a 60 percent chance (up from 55 percent) that a close variant of the prime minister's current Brexit deal is eventually ratified," Goldman Sachs analysts wrote.
Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has today affirmed the Baa2 issuer rating of GEA Group Aktiengesellschaft (GEA). Concurrently, Moody's changed the outlook of GEA to negative from stable. "Today's rating action was driven by declining profitability, negative free cash flow and a series of profit warnings over the last few months, indicating more challenging market conditions ahead," says Oliver Giani, lead analyst for GEA.
European shares eased from 12-week highs on Thursday as weak earnings from Publicis, GEA and TUI offset gains in banks following better-than-expected results from Italy's Unicredit. Bank stocks were some of the few gainers in early deals as Italy's biggest bank UniCredit reported consensus-busting fourth-quarter results, bringing some much-needed cheer to the battered euro-zone sector.
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European shares closed the day higher in choppy trade on Friday but notched up their second straight week of losses as concerns about slowing global growth, weak earnings, and a U.S.-China trade war drove investors away from the region's equities. The pan-European STOXX 600 closed up 0.4 percent, while Italy's FTSE MIB outperformed with a 0.6 percent rise led by rebounding banks and technology stocks, while Italian equities rallied as bond yields fell. FTSE 100 was the only major bourse in the red at the close of volatile trading as oil prices sank.
European shares climbed modestly at the end of a volatile week, with banks and technology stocks, which have been hit hard by growth worries, leading the way, while Italian stocks rallied as bond yields ...
German engineering association VDMA on Thursday affirmed its production growth forecast of 5 percent this year but cautioned that international trade disputes and Britain's exit from the European Union ...
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European capital goods companies are starting to show the strain of Washington's trade conflicts with China and other countries, as tariffs push up costs for machine parts and raw materials and threaten to worsen supply bottlenecks. Makers of machines that rely on thousands of small parts from around the world - from Swedish lawnmower maker Husqvarna to wind-turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa - are feeling the effects on their supply chains.
European shares tumbled from a six-week high on Monday as industrials and tech stocks slipped and disappointing earnings, including from brewer Heineken, dented investors' confidence. The pan-European ...
FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF (Reuters) - Activist shareholder Elliott called on GEA Group (G1AG.DE) to appoint a new chief executive quickly, replace Chairman Helmut Perlet and buy back shares, adding to pressure for speedy and sweeping changes at the German food processing company. "Elliott urges the Company to announce a new CEO without further delay and, once appointed, invites the new CEO to commence a strategic review in which all options to enhance stakeholder value should be considered," Elliott, which holds about 5 percent of shares in GEA, said in a statement on Monday. GEA, whose machines are used to make milk products, instant coffee, and chicken nuggets, is struggling to win back investor support after cutting its profit targets in both 2016 and 2017.
Specifically, the latest changes to the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 encourage capital expenditures by allowing companies to expense these investments on a temporary basis. After General Electric CEO John Flannery appeared to waffle on his company's commitment to its 2019 dividend at a recent industrials conference, GE's board reaffirmed that commitment by declaring a quarterly dividend of $0.12 per share on June 8, 2018. At a recent industrials conference in Florida, CEOs consistently preached macroeconomic bullishness, and nearly all expressed a near-uniform commitment to share buybacks.