SAF.PA - Safran SA

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
107.80
-0.15 (-0.14%)
At close: 5:36PM CEST
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Previous Close107.95
Open108.05
Bid60.98 x 200
Ask61.50 x 17100
Day's Range107.10 - 108.50
52 Week Range78.94 - 108.65
Volume696,207
Avg. Volume919,693
Market Cap46.994B
Beta0.85
PE Ratio (TTM)9.40
EPS (TTM)11.47
Earnings DateSep 6, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.60 (1.55%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-29
1y Target Est98.50
  • Bell on its foray into the air taxi space
    CNBC Videos7 days ago

    Bell on its foray into the air taxi space

    David Sale of Bell Asia Pacific discusses the company's latest contract with France's Safran to develop hybrid engines for the former's platforms.

  • Boeing to form joint venture with Safran
    CNBC Videoslast month

    Boeing to form joint venture with Safran

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Boeing and Safran's plans to build auxiliary power units.

  • Flightglobal4 days ago

    FARNBOROUGH: Nexcelle nears serial production of its first nacelle programme

    Ten years ago, GE Aviation and Safran sought to replicate the success of their CFM International joint venture when they agreed at the 2008 Farnborough air show to build a similar partnership for engine nacelles.

  • European shares extend recovery rally as oil stocks lead
    Reuters8 days ago

    European shares extend recovery rally as oil stocks lead

    By Helen Reid LONDON (Reuters) - European shares edged higher on Tuesday as investors shifted from worrying about a trade war to focussing on a corporate earnings season expected to deliver solid results. ...

  • PR Newswirelast month

    Raytheon, Safran developing next-gen Forward-Looking Infrared sights for combat vehicles

    Raytheon will combine its electro-optical technology with Safran's inertial measurement unit technology to engineer, manufacture and deliver the latest Forward-Looking Infrared, or FLIR, sights. "This advanced sighting system technology will offer our military and allies a critical edge on the future battlefield," said Kim Ernzen, Raytheon Land Warfare Systems vice president. Under the cooperative agreement, next-generation FLIR B-Kits will be integrated with Safran vision sights onto armored vehicles, as approved by the U.S. and French governments.

  • Flightgloballast month

    ANALYSIS: How will Boeing-Safran venture shake up APUs?

    Tucked discreetly into the aft fuselages of most aircraft, auxiliary power units (APUs) almost never get the attention lavished on their wing-mounted, thrust-producing cousins in the gas turbine market, but that changed on 4 June with the announcement that Boeing and Safran were teaming up to take on Honeywell and Pratt & Whitney Canada.

  • Reuterslast month

    Boeing ties up with Safran to push into aircraft services business

    Boeing and rival Airbus SE (AIR.PA) are branching into more profitable services, in a bid to emulate the wider margins of third party suppliers who traditionally control the market for repairs and services. Safran already makes APUs, which are used to start aircraft engines and run other systems, and competes with Honeywell International Inc (HON.N) and United Technologies Corp (UTX.N) - the two leading manufacturers of such power units. "This move will strengthen Boeing's vertical capabilities as we continue to expand our services portfolio and make strategic investments that accelerate our growth plans," Boeing Chief Financial Officer Greg Smith said.

  • Flightgloballast month

    Boeing and Safran partner to disrupt APU market

    Boeing Global Services (BGS) and Safran have agreed to establish a joint company to design, build and service auxiliary power units in a move that could threaten the dominance of Honeywell and United Technologies Aerospace Systems (UTAS).

  • Boeing ties up with Safran to push into aircraft services business
    Reuterslast month

    Boeing ties up with Safran to push into aircraft services business

    Boeing and rival Airbus SE (AIR.PA) are branching into more profitable services, in a bid to emulate the wider margins of third party suppliers who traditionally control the market for repairs and services. Safran already makes APUs, which are used to start aircraft engines and run other systems, and competes with Honeywell International Inc (HON.N) and United Technologies Corp (UTX.N) - the two leading manufacturers of such power units. "This move will strengthen Boeing's vertical capabilities as we continue to expand our services portfolio and make strategic investments that accelerate our growth plans," Boeing Chief Financial Officer Greg Smith said.

  • Boeing Sharpens Threat to Suppliers With Safran Power-Unit Deal
    Bloomberglast month

    Boeing Sharpens Threat to Suppliers With Safran Power-Unit Deal

    Boeing Co. is deepening its intrusion on suppliers’ turf by teaming up with France’s Safran SA to design and build auxiliary power units, the compact turbines tucked below a jetliner’s tail that are used to start its main engines and provide power on the ground. The strategy brings the world’s largest aerospace company into a closer partnership with Paris-based Safran to challenge United Technologies Corp. and Honeywell International Inc., the leading manufacturers of the auxiliary power units, or APUs. Safran already provides the main engines for Boeing’s 737 narrow-body aircraft through a venture with General Electric Co.

  • PR Newswirelast month

    Boeing, Safran Agree to Design, Build and Service Auxiliary Power Units

    CHICAGO and PARIS, June 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] and Safran [EPA: SAF] have agreed to jointly design, build and service Auxiliary Power Units (APUs), creating better value for customers and for both companies. The agreement will establish an important relationship between two of the world's leading aerospace companies to work together on products and expanded service capabilities to benefit both customers and the industry at large. Both companies will have a 50 percent stake in the partnership, which will be based in the United States.

  • Boeing takes on Honeywell, UTX with new joint venture
    CNBClast month

    Boeing takes on Honeywell, UTX with new joint venture

    The joint venture between Boeing and French engine manufacturer Safran will build auxiliary power units.

  • GE's Jet Engine Partner Balks At Boeing, Airbus Calls To Boost Output
    Investor's Business Daily2 months ago

    GE's Jet Engine Partner Balks At Boeing, Airbus Calls To Boost Output

    General Electric's partner Safran is reluctant to OK calls for increased output of the next-gen Leap engine for Airbus and Boeing aircraft.

  • Aerospace group Safran sticks to LEAP engine targets, no 'bad surprises' at Zodiac
    Reuters2 months ago

    Aerospace group Safran sticks to LEAP engine targets, no 'bad surprises' at Zodiac

    French aerospace firm Safran (SAF.PA) is sticking to production targets for the LEAP jet engine, but is still unwilling to back proposals for higher output from Airbus and Boeing until it is convinced its own suppliers can keep up, its chief executive said on Wednesday. Safran co-owns the world's largest jet engine supplier, based on the number of units produced, along with General Electric (GE.N) and their plans for a record hike in output of LEAP are 4-6 weeks behind schedule. "I want to be virtually certain about the robustness of the supply chain before committing to higher production," Philippe Petitcolin said.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Aerospace group Safran sticks to LEAP engine targets, no 'bad surprises' at Zodiac

    French aerospace firm Safran (SAF.PA) is sticking to production targets for the LEAP jet engine, but is still unwilling to back proposals for higher output from Airbus and Boeing until it is convinced its own suppliers can keep up, its chief executive said on Wednesday. Safran co-owns the world's largest jet engine supplier, based on the number of units produced, along with General Electric (GE.N) and their plans for a record hike in output of LEAP are 4-6 weeks behind schedule. "I want to be virtually certain about the robustness of the supply chain before committing to higher production," Philippe Petitcolin said.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Safran repeats LEAP engine targets, says no 'bad surprises' at Zodiac

    The head of France's Safran on Wednesday reaffirmed production targets for the LEAP aircraft engine co-produced with General Electric and predicted the engine that it replaces, the CFM56, would also stay ...

  • CNBC3 months ago

    FAA orders more frequent engine inspections following deadly failure on Southwest flight

    The FAA is planning to extend the inspection order to more engines this week. The engine's maker is a joint venture of General Electric and France's Safran. The Federal Aviation Administration will order airlines to perform more frequent inspections of certain engines after a midair failure on a Southwest LUV flight last month killed a passenger, it said Tuesday.

  • Passenger sues Southwest Airlines over fatal engine explosion
    Reuters3 months ago

    Passenger sues Southwest Airlines over fatal engine explosion

    A lawsuit against Southwest Airlines Co has been filed by a passenger who was flying on last week's flight 1380, in which an engine exploded and one person was killed. The lawsuit claims that since the accident, the passenger, Lilia Chavez, has suffered post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression and other personal injuries. The lawsuit was filed on Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

  • Safran says higher first-quarter revenue bolsters full-year targets
    Reuters3 months ago

    Safran says higher first-quarter revenue bolsters full-year targets

    Safran (SAF.PA) said on Wednesday it expected to reach the high end of its full-year targets after posting a 12 percent rise in first-quarter revenues, and said it had not discovered any surprises since taking over Zodiac Aerospace in March. No news on Paris-based Zodiac is generally seen as good news, following production upheavals and repeated profit warnings that resulted in the company bowing to Safran's long-held takeover ambitions last year. "Overall, the state of the company matches what we expected," Safran Chief Executive Philippe Petitcolin said.

  • Safran says higher first-quarter revenue bolsters full-year targets
    Reuters3 months ago

    Safran says higher first-quarter revenue bolsters full-year targets

    By Tim Hepher and Cyril Altmeyer PARIS (Reuters) - Safran said on Wednesday it expected to reach the high end of its full-year targets after posting a 12 percent rise in first-quarter revenues, and said it had not discovered any surprises since taking over Zodiac Aerospace in March. No news on Paris-based Zodiac is generally seen as good news, following production upheavals and repeated profit warnings that resulted in the company bowing to Safran's long-held takeover ambitions last year. "Overall, the state of the company matches what we expected," Safran Chief Executive Philippe Petitcolin said.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Airbus confirms plans to raise A320 output to 63 a month

    Airbus (AIR.PA) plans to increase production of single-aisle A320-family aircraft to 63 a month, a company spokesman said. The production increase, first reported by France's La Tribune, will take effect in 2019, accelerating previous plans to lift output to 60 aircraft a month by the same deadline. The plans were unveiled to suppliers in a letter earlier this month, the spokesman said.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Airbus confirms plans to raise A320 output to 63 a month

    Airbus plans to increase production of single-aisle A320-family aircraft to 63 a month, a company spokesman said. The production increase, first reported by France's La Tribune, will take effect in 2019, accelerating previous plans to lift output to 60 aircraft a month by the same deadline. The plans were unveiled to suppliers in a letter earlier this month, the spokesman said.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Safran CEO cautious on further Airbus jet output increases

    The head of French engine maker Safran (SAF.PA) struck a cautious note on further increases in Airbus jet production on Wednesday, saying he could not commit just yet to expanding the supply of new engines co-produced with General Electric (GE.N). Through their CFM joint-venture, Safran and GE are changing models to the LEAP engine, which has faced some delivery delays. The engines power the latest version of Boeing 737 and about half of the A320neo line sold by Airbus, which said earlier it planned to raise its 2019 output target to 63 a month from 60.

  • Aerospace group Safran posts higher Q1 sales and confirms 2018 outlook
    Reuters3 months ago

    Aerospace group Safran posts higher Q1 sales and confirms 2018 outlook

    PARIS (Reuters) - French aerospace group Safran (SAF.PA) reported higher first quarter sales on Wednesday, with turnover lifted by its takeover of Zodiac Aerospace, and confirmed its 2018 outlook. Safran ...

  • With An ROE Of 37.92%, Has Safran SA’s (EPA:SAF) Management Done Well?
    Simply Wall St.3 months ago

    With An ROE Of 37.92%, Has Safran SA’s (EPA:SAF) Management Done Well?

    Safran SA (ENXTPA:SAF) outperformed the Aerospace and Defense industry on the basis of its ROE – producing a higher 37.92% relative to the peer average of 14.52% over the pastRead More...