|Bid||0.0000 x 0|
|Ask||0.0000 x 0|
|Day's Range||3.3400 - 3.4400|
|52 Week Range||2.5200 - 3.6300|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.37|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||139.17|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.01 (0.17%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Mar 31, 2019|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
European stocks traded near four-year highs on Tuesday, with market attention still focused on the prospect of a U.S.-China trade deal.
European shares hit more than four-year highs on Tuesday, edging closer to record highs, driven by a rally in energy and commodity-linked stocks as U.S.-China trade-related optimism boosted risk appetite. China is pushing U.S. President Donald Trump to remove more tariffs as part of a "phase one" trade deal, which may be signed this month - a first step to ending a 16-month long trade war. Mining companies rose 1.7%, extending gains for a third session, while rising oil prices bolstered a rally in energy stocks.
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ZURICH/MUNICH (Reuters) - Siemens board member Michael Sen is the favourite to lead its new standalone energy business, sources have told Reuters, removing one of the frontrunners from the race to succeed Joe Kaeser as head of the German industrial company. Sen is in pole position when the supervisory board of the Munich-based company meets on Wednesday to decide who will lead the business it is spinning off and floating, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The move could clear the way for Siemens Chief Operating Officer Roland Busch to lead the trains to industrial software company when Chief Executive Kaeser steps down.
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Japan's Toshiba, Siemens unit Gamesa and buyout groups such as Blackstone are interested in buying insolvent German wind turbine maker Senvion, German Manager Magazine said on Tuesday, citing sources close to talks.
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Siemens Gamesa expects its project pipeline for building more windfarms in the second half of the year to bolster faltering profitability, the chief executive of the Spain-based turbine maker said on Tuesday. Builders of wind energy converters have seen margins squeezed as governments cut subsidies and suppliers have had to lower prices to win contracts. The company's earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) margin slipped nearly one percentage point to 7.5 percent in January to March, but CEO Marcus Tacke said investors should expect the firm to meet the mid-point of its guidance of between 7 and 8.5 percent for the full year.
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When completed, the Hornsea One offshore wind farm will be almost double the size of Walney Extension, which is currently the world's biggest. The Hornsea One site will be made up of 174, 7-megawatt turbines from Siemens Gamesa. The first turbine at Hornsea One, an offshore wind farm situated 120 kilometers off the coast of Yorkshire, has started to generate power.
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Wind turbine maker Siemens Gamesa forecast better profitability and said prices were stabilising on Tuesday, sending its shares as much as 9 percent higher. The company formed by a merger between Spain's Gamesa and the wind power business of Siemens stuck to its guidance for an earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) margin of 7 to 8.5 percent for the full year. Chief Executive Marcus Tacke told analysts on a conference call he expects a stronger second half to the year, after the company said its EBIT margin for the October-December quarter fell to 6.1 percent from 6.3 percent.