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Olympus Corporation (OLY1.F)

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17.19-0.11 (-0.66%)
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Previous Close17.30
Open17.30
Bid17.18 x 50000
Ask17.51 x 50000
Day's Range17.18 - 17.18
52 Week Range14.81 - 19.02
Volume372
Avg. Volume165
Market Cap21.285B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.88
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.04
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.21 (1.19%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 30, 2022
1y Target EstN/A
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    Olympus annonce l'acquisition de FH ORTHO, société internationale d'orthopédie en France

    Élargir son domaine de chirurgie mini-invasive en renforçant l'activité orthopédique Tokyo, Japon & Hambourg, Allemagne--(Newsfile Corp. - 2 novembre 2020) - Olympus Corporation (Director, Representative Executive Officer, President et CEO: Yasuo Takeuchi) a annonce aujourd'hui avoir acquis FH ORTHO SAS, une societe internationale de produits orthopediques dont le siege est a Heimsbrunn, en France, a la suite de la conclusion d'un accord definitif que les deux societes avaient initie a l'ete 2020\. Cette acquisition ...

  • Newsfile

    Olympus announces acquisition of FH ORTHO, an international orthopedics company in France

    To expand Minimally Invasive Surgery field by reinforcing its orthopedics business Tokyo, Japan & Hamburg, Germany--(Newsfile Corp. - November 2, 2020) - Olympus Corporation (Director, Representative Executive Officer, President and CEO: Yasuo Takeuchi) today announced that it has acquired FH ORTHO SAS, an international orthopedic company headquartered in Heimsbrunn, France, following the close of a definitive agreement the two companies signed in the summer of 2020. The acquisition underscores Olympus' commitment to expanding in ...

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    Hedge fund manager Singh calls Trump's handling of coronavirus 'an incredible gift'

    President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus outbreak early this year was "an incredible gift" for investors because it kept markets stable long enough for some to protect their portfolios, Axon Capital co-founder Dinakar Singh told investors this month. Trump has justified his public assurances that the virus will quickly go away by arguing he needs to be "a cheerleader" for the United States to avoid creating "havoc and shock." "We simply never believed 'what happens in China stays in China,'" Singh wrote in a letter to investors last week that was seen by Reuters.