THLEF - Thales S.A.

Other OTC - Other OTC Delayed Price. Currency in USD
112.45
0.00 (0.00%)
As of 11:51AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close112.45
Open113.32
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range112.45 - 112.45
52 Week Range108.50 - 144.40
Volume197
Avg. Volume369
Market Cap24.322B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.82
PE Ratio (TTM)21.03
EPS (TTM)5.35
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.09 (1.86%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-12-04
1y Target EstN/A
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    Motley Fool

    Is This Space-Tech Company Worth a $1 Billion Buyout?

    European space firms are eyeing a Low Earth Orbit acquisition of Maxar's beleaguered space-tech business.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Leonardo, Thales consider joint bid for Maxar's MDA space division - Leonardo CEO

    Italian aerospace and defence firm Leonardo SpA and France's Thales SA are considering the joint acquisition of a space business from U.S. firm Maxar Technologies Inc, Leonardo's CEO said on Tuesday. The sale of the business - dubbed MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA) - could fetch more than $1 billion and help address concerns about Maxar's $3.2 billion debt pile, people familiar with the matter told Reuters last month. "We are considering that with our partner Thales," Leonardo CEO Alessandro Profumo said in a phone interview from Jakarta, where he is looking to boost sales of maritime patrol equipment and helicopters in Asia to help diversify revenue.

  • Reuters

    Canada backs startup to boost data on space debris

    The Canadian government's contracting arm is backing a proposed new satellite system that will use big data analytics to provide commercially available data about the Earth and its orbit amid growing concerns about the risks posed by space debris. Support from the Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC) will allow Canadian startup NorthStar Earth and Space to negotiate initial service agreements with the United States, Britain and other countries, NorthStar CEO Stewart Bain said.

  • Reuters

    Lawyers for South Africa's Zuma tell court he is being treated unfairly

    Jacob Zuma's lawyers argued on Monday that the former South African president had been treated unfairly by prosecutors in his attempt to have revived corruption charges set aside because he is unpopular in the country at large. Zuma, who was in office from 2009-2018, has applied for a permanent stay of prosecution from 16 charges of fraud, racketeering and money laundering relating to a deal to buy 30 billion rand of European military hardware for South Africa's armed forces in the late 1990s. On the first day of the hearing, Zuma's lawyer, Advocate Muzi Sikhakhane, described the former president's treatment by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) as "mob justice" and said Zuma had been charged because the country does not like him.

  • French group Thales completes 4.8 billion euro takeover of Gemalto
    Reuters

    French group Thales completes 4.8 billion euro takeover of Gemalto

    French aerospace and defense electronics group Thales said it had completed its previously announced 4.8 billion euros ($5.4 billion) takeover of chipmaker Gemalto, boosting Thales' presence in the booming security services market. Thales had to clear various regulatory hurdles before finally completing the deal, and the company reiterated that buying Gemalto would increase its overall revenues and lift its presence in Latin America, north America and Asia. "Together, we are creating a giant in digital identity and security with the capabilities to compete in the big leagues worldwide," said Thales Chairman and Chief Executive Patrice Caine in a statement on Tuesday.

  • Reuters

    U.S. approves Thales takeover of Gemalto with condition

    The U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday it was requiring Thales SA to divest its general purpose hardware security module (GP HSM) business in order for Thales to proceed with its proposed acquisition of Gemalto NV. French defense electronics maker Thales and Netherlands-based chipmaker Gemalto are the world's leading providers of GP HSMs, which generate keys and encrypts data, and are significant direct competitors in the United States, the Justice Department said in a statement.

  • French group Thales sees more profit growth in 2019 as earnings rise
    Reuters

    French group Thales sees more profit growth in 2019 as earnings rise

    PARIS (Reuters) - French defence electronics group Thales forecast higher sales and profits for 2019 as it posted a rise in its full-year earnings. Thales' 2018 earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) ...

  • CNBC

    These are the 10 best firms to work for in France, according to Glassdoor

    In its fourth year of running a top employers list for France, Glassdoor has seen several companies — like Thales and Airbus — make a reappearance over the years. This December however, the company that's been hailed as the best place to work for 2019 is a newcomer to France's list: fashion designer Hermes. It's fair to say that France is renowned for its luxury brands , yet Hermes is the only group from this field to make it into this year's top 10, with Louis Vuitton and L'Oreal coming in at 11 and 16 respectively.

  • Exclusive: Thales on course for EU okay for Gemalto 4.8-billion-euro bid - source
    Reuters

    Exclusive: Thales on course for EU okay for Gemalto 4.8-billion-euro bid - source

    By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) - French aerospace and defence company Thales (TCFP.PA) is on track to secure conditional EU antitrust approval for its 4.8-billion-euro (4.1 billion pounds) bid for ...

  • Business Wire

    Verint and Thales Join Forces to Deliver Comprehensive Cyber Threat Intelligence Approach

    Combined Expertise Will Strengthen the Security Posture for Governments, Enterprises, and Europe’s Critical Infrastructure

  • Reuters

    CEO of French group Thales pulls out of Saudi investment conference

    PARIS (Reuters) - Patrice Caine, the chairman and chief executive of French defence electronics group Thales (TCFP.PA), has decided not to attend a Saudi investment conference next week, amid global concerns ...

  • French group Thales' nine-month sales growth accelerates on defence wins
    Reuters

    French group Thales' nine-month sales growth accelerates on defence wins

    Thales (TCFP.PA) expects to reach the top end of its financial goals for the year, the French company said as it posted accelerating nine-month revenues led by defence activities. Europe's largest defence electronics group said on Thursday that nine-month sales had risen 6.2 percent - or 7.9 percent on a like-for-like basis - to 10.873 billion euros (£9.54 billion). Its fresh order intake reached 9.468 billion euros, up 7 percent from the same period last year, thanks in part to radio contracts for the London Underground and French military.

  • Reuters

    French group Thales' 9-mth sales growth accelerates on defence wins

    Thales expects to reach the top end of its financial goals for the year, the French company said as it posted accelerating nine-month revenues led by defence activities. Europe's largest defence electronics group said on Thursday that nine-month sales had risen 6.2 percent - or 7.9 percent on a like-for-like basis - to 10.873 billion euros ($12.50 billion). "The solid performance over the first three quarters of the year increases our confidence in Thales’ ability to meet its full-year objectives," Chief Executive Patrice Caine said in a statement.

  • Reuters

    Thales makes concessions to soothe EU's Gemalto deal worries

    PARIS/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Thales (TCFP.PA) has offered concessions to address European Union antitrust concerns over the French aerospace and defence firm's 4.8-billion-euro ($5.6 billion) bid for chipmaker Gemalto (GTO.AS). In July, the European Commission began a full-scale investigation into the deal, which Thales hopes will make it a top player in digital security, saying that it could push up prices and reduce choices for customers. Thales, whose largest shareholder is the French state, said it had put concessions to the EU competition enforcer, after earlier disclosing talks with antitrust agencies.

  • Thales CEO on Drone Security, Data Protection
    Bloomberg

    Thales CEO on Drone Security, Data Protection

    May.17 -- Patrice Caine, chief executive officer at Thales, discusses protecting against the threat of drone attacks in Saudi Arabia and securing data privacy. He speaks with Bloomberg's Caroline Connan on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

  • Macron's concessions to 'Yellow Vests' won't impact investment in French defense, Thales CEO says
    CNBC Videos

    Macron's concessions to 'Yellow Vests' won't impact investment in French defense, Thales CEO says

    Patrice Caine, CEO of Thales, discusses the French aerospace firm's earnings, European politics, and why he feels confident about the rest of 2019.

  • How AI can be used in the aviation sector
    CNBC Videos

    How AI can be used in the aviation sector

    Marko Erman of Thales says artificial intelligence can be used to detect the weakening of various devices on aircraft, so that maintenance can be performed accordingly in order to to prevent failure.

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    How startups are disrupting the retail industry

    Thales S. Teixeira, a professor at Harvard business school and author of 'Unlocking the Customer Value Chain', joins us with the details on how retail giants can compete with startup companies, and what is disrupting most markets.

  • Thales says to 'invest very actively' in digital technolo...
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    Thales says to 'invest very actively' in digital technolo...

    Pascale Sourisse of Thales says digital integration in the workplace is not a question of technology, but a "way of working" and a "culture."