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|Bid||46.43 x 1400|
|Ask||46.45 x 800|
|Day's Range||46.36 - 46.69|
|52 Week Range||32.98 - 48.28|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.14|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||29.36|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.96 (2.07%)|
|1y Target Est||51.40|
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August 16, 2019 Amsterdam, the Netherlands – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) today reported that in the period from August 9, 2019 up to and including August 15, 2019 a.
A planned expansion to the Philips Medical Systems MR Inc. manufacturing facility in Latham has received preliminary concept acceptance from a town planning board. The expansion is expected to create more than 90 jobs.
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August 1, 2019 Amsterdam, the Netherlands – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in health technology, today announced that it has completed the.
Coinciding with World Breastfeeding week 2019, Royal Philips (NYSE:PHG, AEX:PHIA), a global leader in health technology and mother and child care, has released new data revealing the important role that partners can play in the breastfeeding process. While breastfeeding naturally remains a mother’s job, breastfeeding mothers do need support from their surrounding network. The study findings from Philips Avent show that almost all mums surveyed would like their partners to be involved in every aspect of looking after their newborn baby.
Rising healthcare spending by the Chinese government helped Dutch health technology company Philips post better-than-expected sales growth for the second quarter, putting its shares among the top performers in Europe on Monday. Philips, which sells products ranging from toothbrushes to medical imaging systems, said comparable sales had improved 6% in the second quarter. Philips shares rose 4% in the first hours of trading in Amsterdam, making them one of the top performers in the Stoxx600.
(Bloomberg) -- Royal Philips NV, the Dutch maker of goods ranging from medical scanners to electric toothbrushes, is shifting production to China and strengthening local supply chains as an antidote to the trade war with the U.S.With double-digit growth in China in the second quarter, the company can’t afford to miss out on state investment in the latest diagnostic equipment as well as orders from an emerging private health-care industry.Philips is bracing for an additional 20 million-euro ($22 million) burden when the next batch of announced tariffs come into force, spurring Chief Executive Officer Frans van Houten to redraw the company’s global footprint. The company had produced all its respiratory masks in China, for example, but will soon begin making them in the Americas as well. Likewise, it will produce more ultrasound equipment in China to meet demand there, sidestepping tariffs.“We are moving towards a regional manufacturing hub strategy as we manufacture in each of these large continents, making us more responsive than we might have been before,” Van Houten said in a Bloomberg Television interview.Van Houten is keen to contain the fallout from the trade war that’s hit a cross-section of industries from cars to chemicals. BASF SE’s profit warning earlier this month highlighted how intricate global supply chains are being disrupted. The Philips CEO signaled that the China-U.S. situation remains at the top of his concerns for this year, yet he still predicted a stronger second half.The Amsterdam-based company hit the top end of its sales growth target range of 6% in the second quarter, it said Monday, beating analysts’ estimates.The shares rose 5.5% to an 18-year high. They have climbed 33% this year, while rival Siemens Healthineers is little changed as it struggled with its blood-testing platform Atellica.Tariffs are affecting a broad range of Philips’ products that flow between China and the U.S., while factories and assembly lines must also contend with duties on many components, Van Houten said.The CEO is betting the trade workaround, investment in innovation and an efficiency drive will see the company through any economic slowdown. New products are reinvigorating Philips’s Personal Health unit, which makes electric toothbrushes, shavers and equipment to help with sleep and respiratory disorders. Sales at the segment grew by 5%.\--With assistance from Nejra Cehic and Manus Cranny.To contact the reporter on this story: Ellen Proper in Amsterdam at email@example.comTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Tara Patel at firstname.lastname@example.org, Andrew Noël, Frank ConnellyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
European shares ended flat on Monday as a summer lull hit trading volumes at the start of a pivotal week that will see the European Central Bank meet over monetary policy and a deluge of corporate earnings reports. Investors are gearing up for a showdown between Italy's coalition partners this week that could raise uncertainty about the future of the government. "Equity markets have fallen slightly in the past few days, more so in Italy than others, but in most cases they are still close to record highs.
“I am pleased with the 6% comparable sales growth in the second quarter, with all businesses contributing. Adjusted EBITA margin for the Group improved by 60 basis points, mainly driven by the performance improvement of the Diagnosis & Treatment businesses, despite adverse currency and tariff impacts. The Diagnosis & Treatment businesses recorded 6% comparable sales growth, led by double-digit growth in Image-Guided Therapy.
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Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in health technology, today announced its U.S. Future Health Index (FHI) 2019 report, showing that while American healthcare professionals are among the leaders in leveraging digital health records1 (DHRs), the United States falls behind the 15-country average for most other digital technologies examined. Digital health technologies have the potential to reduce healthcare professional workload, curb healthcare professional burnout and enhance their satisfaction, yet many American healthcare professionals are not harnessing the full potential and support of digital health technology in all aspects of their work.
Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in health technology, today announced its founding sponsorship of BRI Network’s inaugural Command Center Summit: Connected Care Delivery (July 15-16, 2019, Chicago, US), alongside the summit’s other founding sponsor TeleTracking Technologies, Inc. As care delivery becomes more complex, finding ways to coordinate patient care across the health continuum, from healthy living and prevention, to diagnosis, treatment and home care, is one of the most important challenges facing hospitals and health systems. During the upcoming ‘Command Center Summit: Connected Care Delivery’, Philips and TeleTracking will show how the command center or clinical operations center approach to centralized care helps to provide the real-time clinical and operational insights needed to predict and manage demand and proactively assign resources, thereby enabling the seamless delivery of care and enhancing the patient and care provider experience.
Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in health technology, and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est region of France, today announced a 10-year agreement to implement Philips’ IntelliSpace Enterprise Imaging Solution, including Illumeo with adaptive intelligence. CHRU de Nancy is a public health institution that provides 1.2 million consultation visits and inpatient stays each year.