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Implenia AG (0QNT.IL)

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21.20+0.50 (+2.42%)
At close: 06:01PM BST
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Previous close20.70
Open21.15
Bid20.70 x N/A
Ask21.70 x N/A
Day's range21.00 - 21.28
52-week range17.86 - 26.22
Volume1,856
Avg. volume6,298
Market cap393.08M
Beta (5Y monthly)1.00
PE ratio (TTM)6.98
EPS (TTM)3.04
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date01 Apr 2019
1y target estN/A
  • EQS Group

    EcoVadis awards Implenia a Gold Sustainability Rating

    Implenia AG / Key word(s): SustainabilityEcoVadis awards Implenia a Gold Sustainability Rating 09.05.2022 / 07:00 EcoVadis is the world’s largest provider of sustainability ratings | Implenia now in top five percent of suppliers | Rating improves from Silver to GoldGlattpark (Opfikon), 9 May 2022 – Sustainability, which is an integral component of Implenia’s corporate values, conduct and business operations, is playing an increasingly important role in the wake of societal changes.After 2021’s S

  • EQS Group

    Implenia wins large and complex infrastructure project in Norway

    Implenia AG / Key word(s): Incoming OrdersImplenia wins large and complex infrastructure project in Norway 25.04.2022 / 07:00 Implenia builds Norway's longest railway bridge | high focus on sustainability | fully digital design and construction with BIM | total contract volume of around CHF 190 millionGlattpark (Opfikon), 25 April 2022 - Bane NOR, the state-owned company responsible for Norway's national railway infrastructure, assigns Implenia with a contract to build the double-track Tangenvik

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    ARGE GUBRI, a joint venture led by Implenia, wins contract to renovate the Gubrist tunnel

    Implenia AG / Key word(s): Incoming Orders13.04.2022 / 07:00 Zurich's northern bypass | Making the original two tubes safer | Total contract volume of CHF 184 million for ARGE GUBRI | Implenia's share, as lead, is around CHF 74 millionGlattpark (Opfikon), 13 April 2022 - Zurich's northern bypass, one of Switzerland's most heavily used roads, is currently being expanded, with a third tube being added to the Gubrist tunnel. On completion of this new tube, the original two tubes, operational since