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A.P. Møller - Mærsk A/S (0O77.IL)

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12,372.50+327.50 (+2.72%)
At close: 06:05PM BST
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Previous close12,045.00
Open0.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range0.00 - 0.00
52-week range
Volume0
Avg. volume11,428
Market cap232.076B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.30
PE ratio (TTM)1.78
EPS (TTM)6,938.09
Earnings date07 Aug 2024
Forward dividend & yield2,000.00 (16.70%)
Ex-dividend date29 Mar 2023
1y target estN/A
  • GuruFocus.com

    A. P. Moller Maersk A/S's Dividend Analysis

    A. P. Moller Maersk A/S (AMKBY) recently announced a dividend of $0.33 per share, payable on 2024-06-05, with the ex-dividend date set for 2024-05-29. As investors look forward to this upcoming payment, the spotlight also shines on the company's dividend history, yield, and growth rates. Using the data from GuruFocus, let's delve into A. P. Moller Maersk A/S's dividend performance and assess its sustainability.

  • Globe Newswire

    Registration of capital decrease in connection with cancellation of treasury shares completed

    ANNOUNCEMENT A.P. Møller - Mærsk A/S – Registration of capital decrease in connection with cancellation of treasury shares completed Further to the announcement of 14 March 2024 regarding the decision to decrease the share capital with nominally DKK 1,740,773,000 by cancellation of treasury shares it is hereby confirmed that the capital decrease has been registered with the Danish Business Authority today. The capital decrease is divided into 350,555 A shares of nominally DKK 1,000 and 1,390,218

  • Reuters

    Maersk says Red Sea disruption could cut Asia-Europe capacity by 20%

    COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -Disruption to Red Sea container shipping is rising, Maersk said on Monday, forecasting this will cut the industry's capacity between Asia and Europe by up to 20% in the second quarter. Maersk and other shipping companies have diverted vessels around Africa's Cape of Good Hope since December to avoid attacks by Iran-aligned Houthi militants in the Red Sea, with the longer voyage times pushing freight rates higher. "The risk zone has expanded, and attacks are reaching further offshore," Denmark's Maersk said.