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Syngenta AG (SYT)


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92.50-0.10 (-0.11%)
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Previous Close92.60
Open92.53
Bid92.52 x 100
Ask92.64 x 100
Day's Range92.50 - 92.60
52 Week Range74.52 - 93.61
Volume3,972
Avg. Volume1,011,776
Market Cap41.32B
Beta1.16
PE Ratio (TTM)36.16
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-Dividend Date2016-04-27
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Reuters1 hour ago

    Chinese-owned Syngenta eyes Bayer assets to bolster seeds

    Switzerland's Syngenta, the crop protection company acquired by ChemChina, has vowed to bulk up its seeds business and join the chase for assets rival Bayer must sell to gain regulatory approval for its takeover of Monsanto. Syngenta, a distant third in the global seeds market behind Monsanto and Dupont, is determined not to lose ground on its rivals as the seeds and crop-protection sector continues an unprecedented wave of mergers and acquisitions. The Swiss group, the world's leading crop chemicals maker, itself fought off unwanted suitor Monsanto before agreeing to be taken over by ChemChina to secure better access to Asian markets and is now targeting its own acquisitions and licensing deals.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    ChemChina's Syngenta says aims to become top 3 seeds maker

    Switzerland's Syngenta, the crop protection company acquired by ChemChina, said it would pursue deals to become the third-biggest player in the seeds industry. "The goal is to strengthen Syngenta's leadership position in crop protection and to become an ambitious number three in seeds," the company said in a news release on Tuesday. Assets put up for sale by rivals involved in merger deals to allay anti-trust concerns could play a role in that, Chief Executive Erik Fyrwald told a news conference at the group's Basel headquarters.