|Bid||74.30 x 600|
|Ask||75.32 x 4300|
|Day's Range||95.37 - 95.91|
|52 Week Range||82.82 - 100.45|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||22.68|
|Dividend & Yield||1.77 (1.59%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Thales SA, whose products range from aerospace to defense, security and transportation, is opening an artificial intelligence center Montreal and will hire 50 people for the new facility.
Ivory Coast is talking to French train equipment suppliers Alstom SA and Thales SA about taking part in a 1.4 billion euro ($1.6 billion) urban-railway project to be funded by France, pushing out South ...
During a visit to Paris Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has met with the heads of French oil company Total (TOTF.PA) and defence contractor Thales (TCFP.PA), his office said in a statement on Thursday. The statement said that in the meeting with Total Chief Executive Patrick Pouyanné, "expressed his desire to expand oil and gas investments in Iraq", adding that Total wanted to deal with the federal government.
French aerospace supplier Thales said on Wednesday it was in "constructive" talks with Airbus about the latter's bid to boost its services business, striking a conciliatory tone on an issue worrying several top suppliers. "Airbus has expressed its willingness to be more present in the services area. Boeing have also said they wanted to share the services business," Thales Chief Executive Patrice Caine said in a half-yearly results conference call.
Four years ago at Le Bourget, Thales launched Avionics 2020 a project to develop a next-generation suite of cockpit systems.
Savis Tecnologia e Sistemas SA and Bradar SA, two subsidiaries of Brazilian planemaker Embraer SA, signed a partnership agreement with France's Thales SA on air traffic control, according to an Embraer ...
Defence firms will put out their wares on Monday at Japan's only dedicated arms show, a site for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government to promote industrial military ties that will bolster the country's influence in Southeast Asia. Japan's defence ministry has invited Southeast Asian military representatives from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam to a separate military technology seminar, aiming to ensure attendance for the three-day Maritime Air Systems and Technologies Asia (MAST) show near Tokyo, two sources said. "The Ministry of Defence is hosting the seminar right after MAST closes," said one of the sources with knowledge of the plan.
Shaul Eyal of Oppenheimer & Co. said the WannaCry attack could be "a wake-up call for many organizations and countries delaying a review of their cybersecurity hygiene."
France's Thales on Wednesday posted an 11.9 percent rise in first-quarter revenues compared with the same period a year ago, led by its aerospace division and reaffirmed its 2017 and medium-term financial targets. Quarterly sales rose 11 percent on an underlying basis to 3.058 billion euros ($3.34 billion), while the intake of fresh orders fell 1 percent, or 2 percent on an underlying basis, to 2.281 billion euros. Underlying sales growth excludes the impact of any changes in corporate structure and exchange rates.
Brazilian planemaker Embraer SA reported a sharp drop in profit on Tuesday as its revenue was hurt by a big seasonal dip in deliveries and a delayed satellite launch, sending its share price down by more than 3 percent. First-quarter net income at the world's third-largest producer of commercial aircraft slumped 59 percent from a year earlier to $43 million.
The head of Dassault Aviation , the biggest shareholder in Thales, said he was not in favour of pursuing a joint venture in railway operations between the French defence electronics firm and transport group Alstom. Analysts have suggested Thales could be a possible partner for Alstom at a time when rivals Siemens and Bombardier are eyeing a potential tie-up of their rail operations, according to sources close to the matter. Eric Trappier, chief executive of Dassault Aviation, told Reuters that he was "not at all" in favour of a similar joint venture between Alstom and Thales, which is specialised in rail signalling rather than in train parts.
U.S. blockchain startup Chain Inc has teamed with security firm Thales Group to make it easier for large companies that use blockchain technology to safely store their security credentials, the two companies said on Thursday. Adoption of blockchain technology, which is still in its early days, has been in part slowed down on concerns over security. A new service from Chain uses Thales's hardware security modules (HSM) - highly secure processors designed to safeguard passwords and "digital keys" - to make it more attractive for large companies to adopt blockchain, the companies said in a joint statement.
Boosting defense spending is not just something the U.S. wants, CFO of the aerospace and logistics company Thales told CNBC.
Norway has picked Germany as its strategic partner for new submarines, making Thyssenkrupp the likely supplier, Defence Minister Ine Eriksen Soereide said on Friday. Norway plans to buy four submarines and Germany two, while fellow NATO members Poland and the Netherlands may add to the order at a later stage, she said, adding that the cost of the vessels has not yet been determined.
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Jul.26 -- Pascal Bouchiat, Thales SA chief financial officer, discusses the company's first-half results with Bloomberg's Mark Barton on "Bloomberg Markets."