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thyssenkrupp AG (0O1C.IL)

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6.87-0.32 (-4.41%)
At close: 06:14PM BST
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Previous close7.19
Bid6.80 x 0
Ask6.94 x 0
Day's range6.86 - 7.15
52-week range4.43 - 8.00
Avg. volume1,160,809
Market cap4.339B
Beta (5Y monthly)2.07
PE ratio (TTM)13.22
EPS (TTM)0.52
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.15 (2.06%)
Ex-dividend date06 Feb 2023
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Thyssenkrupp top shareholder expects decision on steel unit sale soon

    Thyssenkrupp's top shareholder expects involved stakeholders to soon decide on the future of the German conglomerate's steel division, its head told a German newspaper. Thyssenkrupp is looking to divest its steel division and is holding talks with Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky over a sale of up to half of the business, sources told Reuters last week. "All parties are pursuing the independence of steel," Ursula Gather, who heads the board of trustees of the Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation and also sits on Thyssenkrupp's supervisory board, told Rheinische Post.

  • Reuters

    Thyssenkrupp creates green tech division, launches performance programme

    Thyssenkrupp on Thursday unveiled plans to bundle its businesses with a green technology angle in one segment and launched a performance programme in a bid to reach its mid-term targets and regain trust among investors. The move is the first major effort by CEO Miguel Lopez, who took over the helm in June, to revive the submarines-to-car parts group's fortunes and languishing share price. The conglomerate's new Decarbon Technologies segment will launch Oct. 1 and comprise Thyssenkrupp's stake in hydrogen firm Nucera, bearings maker Rothe Erde, ammonia unit Uhde and cement division Polysius.

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    Berlin expected to decide on Thyssenkrupp defence division stake in autumn

    Berlin is expected to decide within weeks whether to take a stake in Thyssenkrupp's warship division, which the conglomerate is seeking to divest, a leading labour official said on Friday, adding this was a precondition for any sale. Daniel Friedrich of Germany's biggest union IG Metall, said that the issue of state participation or broader government support for Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKMS) was critical in ongoing talks with potential suitors. "There is no refusal with regard to a participation of the state," Friedrich, who leads the division at IG Metall that represents workers in coastal areas, said with regard to TKMS, which builds submarines and frigates.