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Safran SA (SAFRY)

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Previous Close36.56
Open37.26
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range37.20 - 38.17
52 Week Range20.41 - 38.26
Volume86,505
Avg. Volume91,095
Market Cap64.145B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.47
PE Ratio (TTM)157.04
EPS (TTM)0.24
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 24, 2019
1y Target EstN/A
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    UPDATE 1-French group Safran maintains forecasts as quarterly sales fall 38%

    French aero engine and equipment maker Safran reported on Friday a 38% drop in first-quarter revenues but maintained full-year forecasts as airlines face a bumpy recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. Chief Executive Olivier Andries said the downturn reflected continued uncertainty over the industry's worst crisis but voiced optimism about a relatively quick pickup in demand for medium-haul models that support much of Safran's business. Safran co-produces engines for the Boeing 737 MAX family and competes with Pratt & Whitney on the Airbus A320neo in the busiest segment of the jetliner market through their CFM International venture.

  • French group Safran maintains forecasts as quarterly sales fall 38%
    Reuters

    French group Safran maintains forecasts as quarterly sales fall 38%

    French aero engine and equipment maker Safran reported on Friday a 38% drop in first-quarter revenues but maintained full-year forecasts as airlines face a bumpy recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. Chief Executive Olivier Andries said the downturn reflected continued uncertainty over the industry's worst crisis but voiced optimism about a relatively quick pickup in demand for medium-haul models that support much of Safran's business. Safran co-produces engines for the Boeing 737 MAX family and competes with Pratt & Whitney on the Airbus A320neo in the busiest segment of the jetliner market through their CFM International venture.

  • Reuters

    French group Safran maintains forecasts as Q1 sales fall 38%

    French aero engine and equipment maker Safran on Friday reported a 38% drop in first-quarter revenues, but maintained full-year forecasts that include a narrower 2-4% drop in sales. It remains weak in Europe and Asia outside China and uncertainty remains over the speed of recovery in medium-haul airplane capacity, the company said. Safran, which has warned of a delayed recovery to the market for engine services, said its widely watched civil aftermarket revenue fell 53.4% in dollar terms in the first quarter.