SIE.DE - Siemens Aktiengesellschaft

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
109.82
+0.60 (+0.55%)
As of 10:14AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close109.22
Open108.92
Bid109.76 x 44200
Ask109.78 x 100000
Day's Range108.92 - 109.84
52 Week Range99.78 - 125.95
Volume285,955
Avg. Volume1,906,656
Market Cap91.617B
Beta1.22
PE Ratio (TTM)13.88
EPS (TTM)7.91
Earnings DateNov 8, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield3.70 (3.38%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-02-01
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Buoyant gas industry may be blindsided by renewables

    The global gas industry, boosted by a host of new projects to feed booming demand, is in better shape than at any point in the last five years but analysts warn it is getting ahead of itself, pointing to the rise of renewable energy as a threat. Commodity merchant Vitol expects trade in liquefied natural gas (LNG) to double to 600 million tonnes annually (mtpa) in the coming years, reflecting forecasts by Russian LNG producer Novatek which sees 700 mtpa by 2030. "The industry is confident," said Christian Brown, president for the oil and gas sector at Canadian-listed SNC Lavalin , an industrial project management company.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents12 hours ago

    Edited Transcript of SIE.DE earnings conference call or presentation 31-Jan-18 7:30am GMT

    Q1 2018 Siemens AG Earnings Call

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Carbon credits may help expand EV charging infrastructure - industry group

    Carbon credits could be used to cut the high costs involved with setting up charging stations for electric vehicles, an industry lobby said on Tuesday. A carbon credit represents a reduction of one tonne of carbon dioxide emissions and would be available for sale in the United States in 2019, the Electric Vehicle Charging Carbon Coalition (EVCCC) said. A shortage of adequate charging infrastructure, which requires huge investments with no immediate returns, has been affecting the production and sale of electric vehicles.

  • CNBC6 days ago

    CNBC Transcript: Jim Hagemann Snabe, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Siemens

    Below is the transcript of a CNBC interview with Jim Hagemann Snabe, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Siemens. All references must be sourced to a "CNBC Interview'. Nancy Hungerford (Nancy): I am live at the Singapore summit today and I am pleased to say that I am now joined by Jim Hagemann Snabe who is currently the Chairman of the Supervisory Board over at Siemens in addition to your many roles, it is an absolute pleasure to speak to you.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    German engineering industry affirms outlook despite Brexit, trade risks

    German engineering association VDMA on Thursday affirmed its production growth forecast of 5 percent this year but cautioned that international trade disputes and Britain's exit from the European Union ...

  • East German Businesses Battle Xenophobia in `Fight for Survival'
    Bloomberg12 days ago

    East German Businesses Battle Xenophobia in `Fight for Survival'

    Hans-Joachim Wunderlich is a worried man. The head of the chamber of commerce in Chemnitz, a dreary industrial city in eastern Germany, fears that recent violent protests by anti-immigrant, right-wing extremists will spook investors and scare off the skilled foreign workers who are desperately needed in the former communist region. The slaying late last month of the 35-year-old man -- identified by authorities as Daniel H. -- and reports of the subsequent arrest of two asylum seekers as suspects set off sustained and brutal street violence in the city, named Karl-Marx-Stadt until the fall of the Berlin Wall.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Deutsche Bahn takes measures to limit spending - sources

    Deutsche Bahn is seeking to limit its spending as its debt pile nears 20 billion euros , several managers at the company told Reuters on Friday. Big-ticket orders will require special authorisation, they ...

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Siemens, Alstom still expect rail merger in first-half 2019, despite Australian concerns

    Siemens (SIEGn.DE) and Alstom (ALSO.PA) on Thursday said they were confident their rail merger would still go ahead and be completed on time despite objections raised by Australia's competition watchdog. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said on Wednesday it was concerned the mega merger could lead to higher prices by lowering competition for heavy rail signalling projects in the country. Siemens and Alstom's plan to create a Franco-German rail champion has also raised concerns in Europe, where the European Union's anti-trust regulator has opened a full-scale investigation.

  • Siemens Urges Staff in Eastern Germany to Stand Up to Xenophobia
    Bloomberg15 days ago

    Siemens Urges Staff in Eastern Germany to Stand Up to Xenophobia

    Europe’s largest engineering company is urging its employees in eastern Germany to take a stand against “xenophobia and public breach of law” after days of violent clashes in the state of Saxony that industry groups fear may scare off investors. Siemens AG managers wrote to the firm’s 4,300 employees in Saxony asking them to speak out against right-wing extremism. “It is time for civil society in the state to take a public stand promoting tolerance and humanity, and against xenophobia and discrimination,” the managers said in the letter obtained by Bloomberg News.

  • Reuters20 days ago

    Medtech firms get personal with digital twins

    Armed with a mouse and computer screen instead of a scalpel and operating theatre, cardiologist Benjamin Meder carefully places the electrodes of a pacemaker in a beating, digital heart. Using this "digital twin" that mimics the electrical and physical properties of the cells in patient 7497's heart, Meder runs simulations to see if the pacemaker can keep the congestive heart failure sufferer alive - before he has inserted a knife. The digital heart twin developed by Siemens Healthineers is one example of how medical device makers are using artificial intelligence (AI) to help doctors make more precise diagnoses as medicine enters an increasingly personalised age.

  • Should You Buy Siemens Aktiengesellschaft (FRA:SIE) At €112?
    Simply Wall St.24 days ago

    Should You Buy Siemens Aktiengesellschaft (FRA:SIE) At €112?

    Today we’re going to take a look at the well-established Siemens Aktiengesellschaft (FRA:SIE). The company’s stock saw significant share price volatility over the past couple of months on the DB,Read More...

  • Siemens denies report it may cut 20,000 jobs
    Reuters27 days ago

    Siemens denies report it may cut 20,000 jobs

    MUNICH/BERLIN (Reuters) - German engineering giant Siemens said a report by monthly Manager Magazin that it could cut 20,000 jobs as part of its Vision 2020+ strategy was "completely unfounded". No statements of this kind were made," Siemens said on Friday, adding that details of the new strategy were still being worked out. Manager Magazin said on Thursday Siemens aimed to reap cost savings from slimming down administrative costs in personnel, legal and finance, and at its shared services division, citing comments that Chief Executive Joe Kaeser made to some investors at a roadshow at the beginning of August.

  • Siemens denies report it may cut 20,000 jobs
    Reuters27 days ago

    Siemens denies report it may cut 20,000 jobs

    MUNICH/BERLIN (Reuters) - German engineering giant Siemens (SIEGn.DE) said a report by monthly Manager Magazin that it could cut 20,000 jobs as part of its Vision 2020+ strategy was "completely unfounded". No statements of this kind were made," Siemens said on Friday, adding that details of the new strategy were still being worked out. Manager Magazin said on Thursday Siemens aimed to reap cost savings from slimming down administrative costs in personnel, legal and finance, and at its shared services division, citing comments that Chief Executive Joe Kaeser made to some investors at a roadshow at the beginning of August.

  • The Wall Street Journal27 days ago

    [$$] The Race to Build a Wind Behemoth

    Some of the world’s top manufacturing companies are embroiled in a fierce competition. The contest: Who can build the most powerful offshore wind turbine? AG to MHI Vestas Offshore Wind, industrial giants are racing to build skyscraper-size turbines that can generate 10 megawatts apiece or more, a symbolic threshold for the wind industry.

  • The Wall Street Journal27 days ago

    [$$] Siemens Denies Report of 20,000 Planned Job Cuts

    Siemens has denied that it was planning a round of 20,000 job cuts, in response to a report published in Germany’s Manager Magazin.

  • Siemens Could Cut 20,000 Office Jobs: Report
    Bloomberg28 days ago

    Siemens Could Cut 20,000 Office Jobs: Report

    Siemens AG’s efficiency drive could result in as many as 20,000 administrative jobs being eliminated, Manager-Magazin reported, citing comments by Chief Executive Officer Joe Kaeser to investors this month....

  • Reuterslast month

    Statnett lifts suspension on Siemens after workers are paid

    Norway's Statnett [STASF.UL] has lifted a suspension on Siemens as its supplier (SIEGn.DE) after a dispute over underpayment of workers at a Siemens subcontractor has been solved, the power grid operator said on Tuesday. Statnett suspended Siemens, one of its major suppliers, from bidding in its tenders last January over problems with payments to workers at Siemens Slovakian subcontractor Hesia. "The workers have now been paid and Siemens has established better systems for follow-up of subcontractors.

  • How China steals U.S. secrets
    Yahoo Financelast month

    How China steals U.S. secrets

    A recent U.S. government report indicates just how far multifaceted China is when it comes to stealing American intellectual property and government secrets.

  • General Electric Investors Can Learn From This Rival's Results
    Motley Foollast month

    General Electric Investors Can Learn From This Rival's Results

    Siemens' earnings presentation gave GE investors cause for thought regarding their common end markets.

  • Novartis recruits new compliance head from Siemens after ethics stumbles
    Reuterslast month

    Novartis recruits new compliance head from Siemens after ethics stumbles

    Novartis (NOVN.S) has recruited a new chief ethics officer from Siemens (SIEGn.DE) after costly bribery scandals and a disputed $1.2 million (938,673.3 pounds) contract with President Donald Trump's former lawyer that the Swiss drugmaker now calls a mistake. Novartis said on Tuesday it had hired Klaus Moosmayer, 49, from Siemens, where he spent more than a decade helping oversee the German engineering company's efforts to build its compliance system after several of its own bribery scandals. Novartis Chief Executive Vas Narasimhan, promoted on Feb. 1 to lead the Basel-based company, has promised to boost its reputation following settlements or fines in corruption cases in China, South Korea and the United States.

  • Novartis recruits new compliance head from Siemens after ethics stumbles
    Reuterslast month

    Novartis recruits new compliance head from Siemens after ethics stumbles

    Novartis (NOVN.S) has recruited a new chief ethics officer from Siemens (SIEGn.DE) after costly bribery scandals and a disputed $1.2 million contract with President Donald Trump's former lawyer that the Swiss drugmaker now calls a mistake. Novartis said on Tuesday it had hired Klaus Moosmayer, 49, from Siemens, where he spent more than a decade helping oversee the German engineering company's efforts to build its compliance system after several of its own bribery scandals. Novartis Chief Executive Vas Narasimhan, promoted on Feb. 1 to lead the Basel-based company, has promised to boost its reputation following settlements or fines in corruption cases in China, South Korea and the United States.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEventslast month

    Edited Transcript of SIE.DE earnings conference call or presentation 2-Aug-18 6:30am GMT

    Q3 2018 Siemens AG Earnings Strategy Update Call

  • Siemens: Not yet seen an impact of trade tensions
    CNBC Videos6 days ago

    Siemens: Not yet seen an impact of trade tensions

    Jim Hagemann Sanbe, chairman of the Siemens supervisory board discusses the impact of trade tensions on growth.