ALSMY - Alstom SA

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3.9800
-0.1100 (-2.69%)
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Previous Close4.0900
Open3.9800
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range3.9800 - 3.9800
52 Week Range3.8900 - 4.8400
Volume270
Avg. Volume2,764
Market Cap8.959B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.93
PE Ratio (TTM)8.95
EPS (TTM)0.44
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.04 (1.01%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-07-18
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Siemens, Alstom Mount Last-Ditch Effort to Save Deal
    Bloombergyesterday

    Siemens, Alstom Mount Last-Ditch Effort to Save Deal

    The former rivals are working to save the tie up that would have combined sales of about 15 billion euros ($17 billion) from getting vetoed by the commission on concerns it’ll crimp competition, they said.

  • Reutersyesterday

    France says EU would be wrong to block Siemens-Alstom deal

    PARIS (Reuters) - The European Commission would be making a mistake if it blocks the merger between Siemens's (SIEGn.DE) rail business and France's Alstom, (ALSO.PA) France's government's spokesman said ...

  • Reuters2 days ago

    EU will be objective, not naive on Alstom-Siemens deal - Moscovici

    The European Commission will be objective, but not naive and will take into account future economic developments when it decides over a rail deal between industrial groups Alstom (ALSO.PA) and Siemens (SIEGn.DE), an EU senior official said. Antitrust commissioner Margrethe Vestager briefed her fellow commissioners over the merger, in an unusual discussion over competition matters prompted by strong pressure from Paris and Berlin to authorise the deal. Moscovici, addressing reporters about the meeting, said that as a French national he was "attentive" to Paris's arguments, but stressed the decisions that will be made will be objective and "with a strategy".

  • Bloomberg2 days ago

    GE Didn't Deliver on Jobs. Now, France Wants Up to $60 Million

    The Boston-based company pledged it would add 1,000 positions in France by end-2018, failing which it would pay the French government a fine of 50,000 euros ($57,000) for every job not generated. While the French finance ministry has said GE had created 323 jobs as of end-April 2018, unions and local officials contest the number, leaving the company facing a maximum fine of 50 million euros. The government of French President Emmanuel Macron is set to come knocking at GE’s door for its cash in the next few weeks, a French official said, asking not to be identified in line with government rules.

  • German antitrust body opposes Siemens-Alstom merger - report
    Reuters4 days ago

    German antitrust body opposes Siemens-Alstom merger - report

    Germany's antitrust authority has expressed concerns to the European Union's competition watchdog about the planned merger of the rail operations of Siemens (SIEGn.DE) and France's Alstom (ALSO.PA), a newspaper reported on Sunday. The EU watchdog is set to decide by Feb.18 whether to approve the merger, with French newspaper Les Echos reporting that the European Commission was likely to veto the merger, which would create a Franco-German rail champion. The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung said the German competition body had written a confidential letter to its EU counterpart stressing concerns about the planned deal and saying it completely shares the Commission's reservations.

  • German antitrust body opposes Siemens-Alstom merger: report
    Reuters4 days ago

    German antitrust body opposes Siemens-Alstom merger: report

    Germany's antitrust authority has expressed concerns to the European Union's competition watchdog about the planned merger of the rail operations of Siemens (SIEGn.DE) and France's Alstom (ALSO.PA), a newspaper reported on Sunday. The EU watchdog is set to decide by Feb.18 whether to approve the merger, with French newspaper Les Echos reporting that the European Commission was likely to veto the merger, which would create a Franco-German rail champion. The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung said the German competition body had written a confidential letter to its EU counterpart stressing concerns about the planned deal and saying it completely shares the Commission's reservations.

  • How Much Of Alstom SA (EPA:ALO) Do Institutions Own?
    Simply Wall St.7 days ago

    How Much Of Alstom SA (EPA:ALO) Do Institutions Own?

    The big shareholder groups in Alstom SA (EPA:ALO) have power over the company. Generally speaking, as a company grows, institutions will increase their ownership. Conversely, insiders often decrease their ownership Read More...

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    [$$] EU steps up Siemens-Alstom scrutiny amid split over China threat

    Two Franco-German mergers including a landmark deal between two of Europe’s biggest engineering groups face possible vetoes from EU competition enforcers, as splits mount in Brussels over how to confront the commercial threat from China.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    [$$] Alstom-Siemens tie-up hangs on EU approach to China threat

    One of the biggest and most politically charged mergers in Europe rests on a simple premise: is China really coming? Siemens of Germany and Alstom of France — two of the EU’s most important engineering ...

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Siemens, Alstom making new offers to win EU approval for rail plan - sources

    Industrial groups Siemens (SIEGn.DE) and Alstom (ALSO.PA) are discussing additional divestments with the European Commission to win approval for their plan to create a joint Franco-German rail champion, sources told Reuters. The move is meant to overcome concerns from antitrust commissioner Margrethe Vestager, who in December voiced her doubts over the impact that their deal would have on high-speed trains. Three sources close to the talks said on Thursday fresh concessions were being made by the two firms to convince the EU Commission.

  • Siemens-Alstom Assets Draw Bids Amid Push to Sway EU
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    Siemens-Alstom Assets Draw Bids Amid Push to Sway EU

    Companies including Hitachi Ltd., Wabtec Corp., Switzerland’s Stadler Rail AG and Thales SA submitted offers by a deadline earlier this month, the people said, asking not to be identified because the auction is private. The package may include Alstom’s Pendolino trains or the Velaro trains used by Eurostar as well as a five-year license for the new Velaro Novo models, the people said. Alstom has signaled it’s unlikely to offer any further businesses for sale to gain approval for the deal because that would undermine the rationale for the transaction, two of the people said.

  • CNBC10 days ago

    Designs unveiled for new hydrogen-powered trains in the UK

    The new hydrogen train could be used on U.K. railways by the year 2022. Transportation giant Alstom and Eversholt Rail have revealed designs for a new hydrogen train that could be used on U.K. railways by the year 2022. In an announcement Monday, Alstom said that the train, named "Breeze," would stem from the conversion of existing Class 321 trains, which have been in use for decades.

  • EU watchdog to decide on Siemens-Alstom merger by Feb 18
    Reuters10 days ago

    EU watchdog to decide on Siemens-Alstom merger by Feb 18

    The European Union's competition watchdog will decide by Feb.18 whether to approve a merger of the rail operations of Germany's Siemens and France's Alstom, a spokesman said on Monday. French newspaper Les Echos reported last Friday that the European Commission was likely to veto the merger, which would create a Franco-German rail champion, sending Alstom shares 2.6 percent lower on Monday. "Our investigation is ongoing, our current decision deadline is February 18," Commission spokesman Ricardo Cardoso said.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    EU watchdog to decide on Siemens-Alstom merger by Feb 18

    The European Union's competition watchdog will decide by Feb.18 whether to approve a merger of the rail operations of Germany's Siemens and France's Alstom, a spokesman said on Monday. French newspaper Les Echos reported last Friday that the European Commission was likely to veto the merger, which would create a Franco-German rail champion, sending Alstom shares 2.6 percent lower on Monday. "Our investigation is ongoing, our current decision deadline is February 18," Commission spokesman Ricardo Cardoso said.

  • Financial Times11 days ago

    [$$] Siemens/Alstom: Railpolitik

    The merger of France’s Alstom with the rail operations of Germany’s Siemens was never going to be a smooth ride. Without extra concessions, the European Commission seems likely to halt the deal, possibly next month. French economy minister Bruno Le Maire has warned the commission that it would be making a big mistake.

  • GE’s New CEO Turns the Page on a Horrible 2018
    Bloomberg17 days ago

    GE’s New CEO Turns the Page on a Horrible 2018

    The company’s executives, employees and investors were hit with one piece of bad news after another as write-downs piled up, profits in its power unit plummeted, regulators scrutinized its accounting practices and muddy messaging derailed a promised pivot to greater financial transparency. All at once, decades of attempted reinventions – from Jack Welch’s creation of a sprawling conglomerate and push for ever-higher profits, to Jeff Immelt’s post-crisis embrace of GE’s industrial core and ill-fated ramp-up in power and energy – caught up with GE, undermining a company once envied for corporate know-how, admired for best-in-class leadership and respected as a financial gold standard. It now falls to Larry Culp, GE’s first CEO bred outside the company, to halt the slide and steer the company into a healthier future. Culp, 55, served as CEO of Danaher Corp. from 2001 to 2014 and was respected by Wall Street for successfully buying and rebooting businesses.

  • The Wall Street Journal28 days ago

    [$$] Former Alstom Power Executive Convicted as U.K. Wraps Nine-Year Probe

    Alstom Power pleaded guilty to conspiracy to corrupt in May 2016, agreeing to pay a £6.4 million ($8.1 million) fine and nearly £11 million in compensation to the Lithuanian government, the SFO said. The trial of Mr. Reynolds was the last of an SFO probe into suspected bribery across several companies. The probe involved cooperation with 30 countries, the SFO said.

  • Antitrust agencies say Siemens, Alstom concessions fall short
    Reuters28 days ago

    Antitrust agencies say Siemens, Alstom concessions fall short

    Britain's CMA competition watchdog and its counterparts in the Netherlands, Belgium and Spain have teamed up against Siemens (SIEGn.DE) and Alstom (ALSO.PA), saying they "fall far short" of addressing concerns over their rail deal. In an unusual move, the four national regulators set out their case against the companies' plan to create a Franco-German rail champion in a joint public letter on Thursday to European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager. Vestager is now waiting for rivals and customers to comment on Siemens and Alstom's offer to sell either one of their high-speed train technologies and the bulk of Alstom's signalling business in Europe in addition to some Siemens signalling assets.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Antitrust agencies say Siemens, Alstom concessions fall short

    Britain's CMA competition watchdog and its counterparts in the Netherlands, Belgium and Spain have teamed up against Siemens and Alstom , saying they "fall far short" of addressing concerns over their rail deal. In an unusual move, the four national regulators set out their case against the companies' plan to create a Franco-German rail champion in a joint public letter on Thursday to European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager. Vestager is now waiting for rivals and customers to comment on Siemens and Alstom's offer to sell either one of their high-speed train technologies and the bulk of Alstom's signalling business in Europe in addition to some Siemens signalling assets.

  • Reuterslast month

    EU's Vestager worries about high speed trains in Alstom, Siemens deal

    EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager on Tuesday voiced concerns over a plan by Siemens and Alstom to create a Franco-German rail champion and its effect on high-speed trains in Europe. German industrial group Siemens and French rival Alstom last week offered to sell either one of their high-speed train technologies and the bulk of Alstom's signalling business in Europe in addition to some Siemens signalling assets to address EU antitrust concerns, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.. The European Commission has given rivals and customers until this week to provide feedback on the offer.

  • Reuterslast month

    EU's Vestager worries about high speed trains in Alstom, Siemens deal

    EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager on Tuesday voiced concerns over a plan by Siemens and Alstom to create a Franco-German rail champion and its effect on high-speed trains in Europe. German industrial group Siemens and French rival Alstom last week offered to sell either one of their high-speed train technologies and the bulk of Alstom's signalling business in Europe in addition to some Siemens signalling assets to address EU antitrust concerns, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.. The European Commission has given rivals and customers until this week to provide feedback on the offer.

  • Siemens, Alstom offer to sell high-speed train technology: sources
    Reuterslast month

    Siemens, Alstom offer to sell high-speed train technology: sources

    BRUSSELS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Siemens (SIEGn.DE) and Alstom (ALSO.PA) have offered to sell either one of their high-speed train technology to address EU antitrust concerns about their plan to create a Franco-German rail champion, people familiar with the matter said on Monday. The other element of their proposal to the European Commission includes selling the bulk of Alstom's signaling business in Europe in addition to some Siemens signaling assets, one of the people said. German industrial group Siemens and French rival Alstom put in their offer last week, saying that it was made up mainly of signaling activities and stock products which made up around 4 percent of the sales of the combined company.

  • Reuterslast month

    Siemens, Alstom offer to sell high-speed train technology - sources

    BRUSSELS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Siemens (SIEGn.DE) and Alstom (ALSO.PA) have offered to sell either one of their high-speed train technology to address EU antitrust concerns about their plan to create a Franco-German rail champion, people familiar with the matter said on Monday. The other element of their proposal to the European Commission includes selling the bulk of Alstom's signalling business in Europe in addition to some Siemens signalling assets, one of the people said. German industrial group Siemens and French rival Alstom put in their offer last week, saying that it was made up mainly of signalling activities and stock products which made up around 4 percent of the sales of the combined company.