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Rheinmetall AG (RHM.DE)

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86.67+0.67 (+0.78%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close86.00
Open86.00
Bid0.00 x 26700
Ask0.00 x 4500
Day's Range85.58 - 86.81
52 Week Range60.14 - 90.00
Volume77,733
Avg. Volume153,389
Market Cap3.72B
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)17.73
EPS (TTM)4.89
Earnings DateAug 3, 2017
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est88.06
  • Reuters20 days ago

    "No free passes" for German firms in helicopter tender - German ministry

    The German defence ministry on Thursday said there would be no "free passes" for any bidders in a nearly 4-billion-euro helicopter deal, a day after Europe's Airbus urged the government to ensure German firms got a big share of the pie. German defence officials have said they want a low-risk heavy-lift helicopter that already exists, which means the likely supplier will be one of two U.S. firms - Lockheed Martin Corp with its CH-53K, or Boeing Co with its CH-47 Chinook.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Germany's Rheinmetall wins U.S. ammunition order for F-35 aircraft

    German defence and automotive group Rheinmetall said on Monday it had booked a $6.5 million U.S. Air Force contract to supply ammunition for the F-35 multi-role fighter, adding that further orders were likely to follow. * The contract comprises the supply of several ten thousand rounds in four lots, with delivery starting in December 2017, Rheinmetall said in a statement. * The ammunition is Rheinmetall's new 25mm x 137 Frangible Armour Piercing (FAP), which it developed for, and in cooperation with, NATO air forces flying the F-35.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Germany wants surveillance airships for U.N. mission in Mali

    The German military plans to beef up security for a U.N. peacekeeping mission in Mali by deploying a number of tethered aerostats - small airships with threat-tracking sensors - like those used by the U.S. military in Afghanistan, a spokeswoman for the armed forces said. U.S. officials said they had provided information to the German Bundeswehr about a range of options, including the possibility of buying used aerostats built by Lockheed Martin Corp for the U.S. Army.