WRCDF - Wirecard AG

Other OTC - Other OTC Delayed Price. Currency in USD
146.25
+4.74 (+3.35%)
At close: 3:54PM EDT
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Previous Close141.51
Open156.25
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range143.20 - 159.75
52 Week Range101.00 - 227.94
Volume2,814
Avg. Volume1,793
Market Cap17.756B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.93
PE Ratio (TTM)45.49
EPS (TTM)3.21
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.21 (0.17%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-22
1y Target EstN/A
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  • SoftBank to invest $1B into German digital payments provider Wirecard in new fintech partnership
    TechCrunch11 hours ago

    SoftBank to invest $1B into German digital payments provider Wirecard in new fintech partnership

    SoftBank is making a huge investment into one of the providers of the kind ofdigital commerce infrastructure that underpins many of the companies that itbacks

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    Wirecard says all subsidiaries are audited, denying FT report

    German digital payments company Wirecard on Wednesday said all its subsidiaries were subject to regular audits, denying a Financial Times report. The FT cited whistleblowers as saying that the accounts of Wirecard's largest business, Card Systems Middle East in Dubai, were not audited in 2016 and 2017. "All subsidiaries of Wirecard, including Card Systems Middle East, are subject to regular audit procedures, including but not limited to quarterly and annual audits," the company said.

  • Reuters11 hours ago

    Wirecard lands $1 billion investment from Japan's Softbank

    Japan's Softbank Group Corp will invest around 900 million euros (£779 million) in Wirecard in a convertible bond deal that could give it a 5.6 percent stake in the German digital payments company. The investment by the world's biggest private technology company is a vote of confidence in Wirecard's business as it defends itself against allegations of fraud, and will allow the Munich-based firm to expand its operations in Asia. Shares in Wirecard jumped 10 percent to the top of Germany's blue-chip index by 1240 GMT.

  • SoftBank Bets $1 Billion on Battered Payments Firm Wirecard
    Bloomberg11 hours ago

    SoftBank Bets $1 Billion on Battered Payments Firm Wirecard

    For SoftBank, the agreement furthers its transformation from a telecommunications operator into a technology investor under founder Masayoshi Son. For Wirecard, the investment means easier access to markets in Asia and a vote of confidence after months of whipsawing shares following allegations of accounting misdeeds at its Singapore unit. The deal involves a strategic partnership and a potential 5.6 percent stake at a price that’s 27 percent below Wirecard’s peak.

  • Financial Times12 hours ago

    FirstFT: Today’s top stories 

    Shares in Twitter rose by more than 15 per cent after its revenue beat forecasts, while toymaker Hasbro jumped 14 per cent. Coca-Cola’s stock also rose, by around 2 per cent, and United Technologies, up 2.2 per cent, after their earnings updates.

  • Reuters13 hours ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-European shares hit highest since August on Credit Suisse, SAP

    World shares pared back losses on Wednesday as positive earnings in Europe from Credit Suisse and investor support for SAP helped soothe worries that China has put broader stimulus on hold. European shares crept into positive territory, with the pan-regional STOXX 600 index edging up 0.1 percent to reach its highest level since Aug. 1.

  • Financial Times13 hours ago

    Stocks to watch: Anadarko, AB Foods, Wirecard, Anglo American

    for the oil explorer, which trumped Chevron‘s bid earlier this month. Occidental’s 50-50 cash and stock offer was at a 20 per cent premium to Anadarko’s valuation based on Tuesday’s closing prices. In a letter to Anadarko’s board, Occidental said it was “surprised and disappointed” that directors had rejected its proposal in favour of Chevron’s lower offer.

  • Financial Times13 hours ago

    Japan’s SoftBank to invest €900m in Wirecard

    Japan’s SoftBank has agreed to invest €900m in Wirecard, the German digital payments company battling an accounting scandal. SoftBank, a technology conglomerate that has become one of the sector’s biggest and most high-profile investors, will buy five-year Wirecard bonds that can convert into an equity stake in the Germany company. Under the terms of the proposed investment, the bonds will convert into a 5.6 per cent stake in Wirecard at a price of €130 a share, the German payments company said in a statement on Wednesday.

  • MarketWatch15 hours ago

    Energy companies lead the retreat for European stocks

    European markets gave back much of Tuesday’s gains as strong earnings elsewhere could not offset oil companies’ retreat. How did markets perform? The Stoxx 600 (XX:SXXP) was down 0.1% to 390.9, after rising 0.

  • Reuters15 hours ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-World shares fall as China stimulus worries offset upbeat Credit Suisse earnings

    World shares took a step back on Wednesday as signals that China has put broader stimulus on hold offset positive results from Credit Suisse, which kicked off the earnings season for European investment banks. European shares followed Asia lower, pulling back from eight-month highs, with the pan-regional STOXX 600 index slipping 0.4 percent.

  • PR Newswire17 hours ago

    Wirecard and SoftBank Intend to Form Large-scale Strategic Partnership for Digital Payment Solutions

    - Proposal for a SoftBank company to invest approximately EUR 900m in Wirecard via convertible bonds - Companies to partner to unlock collaboration opportunities in digital payments, data-analytics/AI ...

  • Reuters17 hours ago

    European shares dip as China policy concerns temper earnings boost

    European shares pulled back from eight-month highs on Wednesday as worries over China putting policy-easing measures on hold offset upbeat earnings in the region from Credit Suisse and SAP. The pan-regional STOXX 600 index was down 0.1 percent by 0732 GMT. The benchmark index has notched gains in the past eight consecutive sessions, with a trend of rebounding from a weaker open.

  • Masayoshi Son Is No Simple Opportunist
    Bloomberg17 hours ago

    Masayoshi Son Is No Simple Opportunist

    Internal troubles at Uber Technologies Inc. paved the way for Masa to grab a 16.3 percent stake in the world’s hottest startup last year, making SoftBank’s Vision Fund its largest shareholder. As of Tuesday’s close, the company’s shares remain 37 percent below their September peak. Each case matches Son’s wider strategy of driving a “300 year Information Revolution.” So while startups like Uber and its Southeast Asian rival Grab Holdings Inc. were obvious items on Son’s shopping list, the companies that tie them together are just as important.

  • Financial Times17 hours ago

    Social media’s big switch-off

    Tech journalists sometimes sip enough of the Silicon Valley Kool-Aid to believe there could be a tech solution to all of the world's big problems — combating climate change, preventing illness, bringing peace and goodwill to all by spreading greater understanding through the free flow of information. The fact is that Facebook and others have yet to prove their systems are truly fit for purpose in filtering out false information that could trigger violence and misguided retribution in the real world. It was a place of whispering campaigns and wild rumours back then. Goodness knows the level of amplification social networks can give to those now, for what must rank as the worst day of terrorist atrocities in the island's bloody history. A social media kill-switch seems necessary in the circumstances.

  • CNBC19 hours ago

    Wirecard shares jump on a $1 billion investment from SoftBank

    SoftBank will invest 900 million euros into German fintech firm Wirecard, as part of a strategic partnership on digital payments.

  • CNBC19 hours ago

    European markets mixed amid corporate earnings; Wirecard shares jump 8%

    European stocks were mixed Wednesday morning, as market participants monitored the latest flurry of corporate results.

  • Financial Times21 hours ago

    Wirecard relied on three opaque partners for almost all its profit

    Investors, regulators and business partners rely on disclosures of material facts about how and where a company operates when making decisions with significant financial consequences. Wirecard, long a favourite of retail investors, displaced Commerzbank from Germany’s premier stock market index, the Dax 30, last year.

  • SoftBank Group looks to buy 5 percent of payment firm Wirecard - Bloomberg
    Reuters22 hours ago

    SoftBank Group looks to buy 5 percent of payment firm Wirecard - Bloomberg

    SoftBank has engaged financial advisers and is working on a deal to acquire bonds that can be converted into Wirecard shares, Bloomberg reported, citing sources. SoftBank declined comment on the matter when contacted by Reuters while Wirecard was not immediately available for comment.

  • Reuters22 hours ago

    SoftBank Group looks to buy 5 pct of payment firm Wirecard: Bloomberg

    SoftBank has engaged financial advisers and is working on a deal to acquire bonds that can be converted into Wirecard shares, Bloomberg reported, citing sources. SoftBank declined comment on the matter when contacted by Reuters while Wirecard was not immediately available for comment.

  • Financial Times23 hours ago

    Elliott takes €1.2bn stake in software group SAP

    Activist investor Elliott Management disclosed it had built up a €1.2bn stake in SAP, Europe’s largest software group, and said it fully supported the company’s newly-unveiled plans to improve its performance. “The company’s stock has been consistently undervalued relative to its revenue growth, and today’s announcement lays the groundwork for substantial value realisation,” Elliott said in a statement after SAP reported first-quarter results. An activist investor known for its hardball tactics, Elliott has shown a willingness to engage in protracted legal fights in order to push through changes at the companies it invests in.

  • United Kingdom selects Huawei for 5G Network, ignores U.S. warning
    Yahoo Finance Video8 hours ago

    United Kingdom selects Huawei for 5G Network, ignores U.S. warning

    The United Kingdom selects Huawei for its 5G Network, despite warnings from the U.S. In other news, Softbank bets $1 billion on payments firm Wirecard. Yahoo Finance's Oscar Williams-Grut reports to Julie Hyman and Adam Shapiro.