|Bid||0.00 x 90000|
|Ask||0.00 x 463000|
|Day's Range||34.76 - 35.46|
|52 Week Range||30.52 - 41.36|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.27|
|Earnings Date||May 8, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.15 (3.15%)|
|1y Target Est||40.88|
Mar.07 -- Deutsche Post CEO Frank Appel discusses the company's earnings and performance, and weighs in on trade protectionism. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
Looking at Deutsche Post AG’s (XTRA:DPW) earnings update in December 2017, analysts seem cautiously bearish, as a 7.30% rise in profits is expected in the upcoming year, compared with theRead More...
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SAN FRANCISCO/SEATTLE (Reuters) - Deutsche Post AG's DHL said on Thursday it was launching a delivery service for online retailers in eight U.S. cities, as the German logistics company takes a swipe at dominant players UPS and FedEx. Through DHL eCommerce's Parcel Metro service, first reported by Reuters, contractors will make same-day or next-day deliveries from retailers and fulfilment centres directly to homes, the company said. "This sector (e-commerce) offers a tremendous amount of opportunity to the logistics space," DHL eCommerce Americas Chief Executive Officer Lee Spratt said when announcing the service at an event in San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO/SEATTLE (Reuters) - Deutsche Post AG's DHL said on Thursday it was launching a delivery service for online retailers in eight U.S. cities, as the German logistics company takes a swipe at dominant players UPS and FedEx. Through DHL eCommerce's Parcel Metro service, first reported by Reuters, contractors will make same-day or next-day deliveries from retailers and fulfillment centers directly to homes, the company said. "This sector (e-commerce) offers a tremendous amount of opportunity to the logistics space," DHL eCommerce Americas Chief Executive Officer Lee Spratt said when announcing the service at an event in San Francisco.
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German postal and logistics group Deutsche Post DHL said it expected a further increase in earnings after a 7.2 percent jump in 2017 profit, with online shopping driving demand for parcel deliveries and a turnaround at its freight unit taking hold. The group reported 2017 earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) of 3.74 billion euros ($4.65 billion), in line with its target of 3.75 billion euros, but slightly below the 3.789 billion euros expected in a Reuters poll. It said it expected EBIT of 4.15 billion euros for 2018 and forecast that would rise to over 5 billion euros in 2020.
Deutsche Post CEO Frank Appel discusses the company's earnings and performance, and weighs in on trade protectionism. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)
Deutsche Post (DPWGn.DE) has offered its 130,000 employees higher wages, the German postal company said on Wednesday, but the union Verdi said the offer was below its expectations and its members would vote on it. The offer included a wage increase of 3 percent from Oct. 1, followed by 2.1 percent increase a year later. "Our workers are clearly benefiting from the company's success with the offer," said Thomas Ogilvie, board member for personnel and labour director.
Deutsche Post (DPSGY) is seeing favorable earnings estimate revision activity and has a positive Zacks Earnings ESP heading into earnings season.
Wage talks for around 130,000 workers at the German postal group Deutsche Post (DPWGn.DE) are making progress but so far have fallen short of an agreement, people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. The union has called for a meeting of its wage commission for Wednesday to discuss any wage agreement or further protests if talks should break down. It is seeking a 6 percent wage increase or more time off.
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Staff at German postal group Deutsche Post staged a second day of industrial action on Friday as their union Verdi seeks to increase pressure during pay talks. Around 1,500 employees in nine federal states, including Berlin, Brandenburg, Lower Saxony and Bremen, were called to take part in demonstrations and walkouts on Friday morning. Deutsche Post had said after the first round of action on Thursday that strikes were unnecessary and it was doing all it could to get any affected deliveries to customers as soon as possible.
Trade union Verdi said more walkouts at postal group Deutsche Post (DPWGn.DE) were likely after about 1,500 employees staged strikes in several German federal states in a pay dispute on Thursday. Germany's second-biggest union called on postal delivery staff in Bavaria, North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate, Schleswig-Holstein and Saarland to stage so-called "warning strikes" on Thursday. The union is demanding a 6 percent wage increase or more time off for around 130,000 workers at Deutsche Post.
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