11N.F - NOW Inc.

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
10.00
+0.05 (+0.50%)
At close: 8:07AM CET
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Previous close9.95
Open10.00
Bid10.40 x 50000
Ask10.50 x 50000
Day's range10.00 - 10.00
52-week range8.85 - 13.74
Volume600
Avg. volume72
Market cap1.134B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.39
PE ratio (TTM)18.98
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Is It Time To Consider Buying NOW Inc. (NYSE:DNOW)?
    Simply Wall St.

    Is It Time To Consider Buying NOW Inc. (NYSE:DNOW)?

    NOW Inc. (NYSE:DNOW), which is in the trade distributors business, and is based in United States, received a lot of...

  • Investors Who Bought NOW (NYSE:DNOW) Shares Five Years Ago Are Now Down 64%
    Simply Wall St.

    Investors Who Bought NOW (NYSE:DNOW) Shares Five Years Ago Are Now Down 64%

    Statistically speaking, long term investing is a profitable endeavour. But along the way some stocks are going to...

  • NOW Inc (DNOW) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool

    NOW Inc (DNOW) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    DNOW earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.

  • NOW Inc (DNOW) Q1 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool

    NOW Inc (DNOW) Q1 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    DNOW earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    GLOBAL ECONOMY-Factories to test world's "delicate equilibrium"

    The world economy is caught in a "delicate equilibrium" between stabilisation and a further downturn, according to Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, and that balance could look even shakier over the next few days. Early measures of factory activity from Asia, Europe and the United States – which typically give signals of momentum in the overall economy - will be scrutinised by investors, many of whom fear that the sudden weakness of late 2018 is intensifying. Trade tensions have weighed heavily on factories around the world, something that is likely to be high on the minds of negotiators from the United States and China when they resume their talks to avert an escalation of their tariff war.

  • Troubled workplace pensions firm NOW has new owner
    Sky News

    Troubled workplace pensions firm NOW has new owner

    One of Britain's biggest providers of workplace pensions will be sold this week following a catalogue of problems which led to it being fined last year by the industry regulator. Sky News has learnt that NOW Pensions is being sold to Cardano, a specialist risk manager which owns Lincoln Pensions, a respected pensions advisory business based in London. A year ago, The Pensions Regulator fined the trustee of NOW Pensions £70,000 and issued an improvement notice to the company.

  • Government to miss Brexit trade deal target
    Sky News

    Government to miss Brexit trade deal target

    Government officials have admitted for the first time that they will not be able to renegotiate all trade treaties involving the European Union by the end of March. The UK is party to around 40 European treaties, covering trade with more than 70 countries and making up 12% of the UK's total trade. Two years ago, the International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said that updated versions of all those treaties should be ready to sign within a minute of Britain leaving the EU.

  • Brexit is clearly taking its toll on UK economic growth
    Sky News

    Brexit is clearly taking its toll on UK economic growth

    As is so often the case, the most interesting detail in today's economic growth numbers were to be found somewhere beneath the surface. It's weaker than the growth we're seeing in the US or Canada, but at worst it leaves the UK middle of the G7 table. Second, look at the monthly pace of economic growth and something else leaps out at you.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Splits across the Irish border? Garage frets for post-Brexit future

    CLONES, Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) , Feb 11 (Reuters) - Weeks before Britain is due to leave the European Union, the owner of a filling station and hardware store that straddles the only land border between the two jurisdictions has given up trying to prepare. Eamon Fitzpatrick, whose service station is partly in Ireland and partly in the British province of Northern Ireland, fears he may have to change his business and push up prices after Brexit - which could also trigger a revival of smuggling. A survey published on Monday by Allied Irish Banks (Berlin: 30544177.BE - news) suggested he was not alone, finding that over 50 percent of small and medium businesses in Ireland and Northern Ireland had not even started preparing for Brexit.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Fourteen NGOs oppose LME plans to ban tainted cobalt

    Fourteen non-governmental organisations (NGOs) including Amnesty and Global Witness have opposed plans by the London Metal Exchange to ban cobalt tainted by human rights abuses, a letter seen by Reuters showed. It was singled out in LME proposals to embed responsible sourcing principles into metal brands deliverable against its contracts, which include copper and zinc.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Mobile roaming will not be protected in no-deal Brexit - UK minister

    British tourists could see the return of expensive mobile roaming charges when they go on holiday the day after Britain leaves the European Union in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Digital Minister Jeremy Wright said on Thursday. Roaming charges were completely abolished in the European Union in 2017, saving holiday makers and business travellers millions of pounds a year in total additional charges for using their smartphones outside Britain. "If we were to say to mobile network operators in this country 'You may not impose roaming charges on your customers who travel to the European Union', that cannot prevent European mobile network operating companies charging UK mobile network operating companies money," he told lawmakers.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    GRAPHIC-'Socially Conscious' mutual fund launches at record high

    A record number of 'socially conscious' mutual funds and exchange-traded funds were launched by asset managers last year, keen to tap growing demand from retail investors. A total of 382 such funds were launched globally during 2018 to take the total to 3,160, industry tracker Morningstar said.

  • Ineos calls for 'unworkable' fracking rules to be relaxed
    Sky News

    Ineos calls for 'unworkable' fracking rules to be relaxed

    Industrial giant Ineos has called for the government to relax its "unworkable" rules on fracking - and accused it of trying to shut down the industry "by the backdoor". The company's billionaire chairman Sir Jim Ratcliffe claimed the UK's "non-existent" energy strategy meant the government was "playing politics with the future of the country". Ineos wants to change regulations which currently mean work must be halted for 18 hours if seismic activity of magnitude 0.5 on the Richter scale or above is detected at fracking sites.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UK PM May will seek "pragmatic" solution to Brexit deal in Brussels

    British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday she would seek a "pragmatic solution" to a parliamentary impasse over the terms on which Britain leaves the European Union when she tries to reopen talks with Brussels. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) less than two months until Britain is due to leave the bloc on March 29, concerns are growing over the risk of a disorderly 'no deal' exit.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Fed policy turn not good news for Trump as risks mount

    The Federal Reserve's policy twist on Wednesday might seem just what the White House ordered, with a hold put on what President Donald Trump termed "loco" interest rate hikes, and an openness to ending the monthly runoff of up to $50 billion from the U.S. central bank's balance sheet. It isn't the narrative of rebounding investment, higher productivity, and surging growth that administration officials offer, but one of shaky confidence, an economic recovery that may not be as sturdy as it seems, and risks that partly stem from Trump's own actions. Just as the Fed's four rate increases last year were a product of better-than-expected growth nudged higher by some of Trump's policies - a sign of economic strength even if the president called it otherwise - the policy shift this week was a sign the best days of Trumponomics may be over.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    "Mr Dior? He was like family," 1950s model recalls

    When Odile Kern stepped into a Parisian lift sometime in 1953, she found herself standing next to luxury couturier Christian Dior (Swiss: CDI.SW - news) - and in an instant her life changed. Now (Frankfurt: 11N.F - news) 88, Kern was already on the fashion designer's payroll in the building on Avenue Montaigne. Dior asked her who she was.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Novo Nordisk's new diabetes drug, outlook lift shares

    Novo Nordisk (LSE: 0QIU.L - news) reported solid growth for its new diabetes drug on Friday and said it would submit a tablet version, a key growth hope, for U.S. approval in the first quarter, lifting the Danish drugmaker's shares. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in Novo rose almost 4 percent, boosted by a revised 2019 outlook and forecast-beating sales of its new once-weekly Ozempic GLP-1 drug. The world's top maker of diabetes drugs expects 2019 sales growth of 2-5 percent and operating profit growth of 2-6 percent, both measured in local currency.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Factories battling economic headwinds

    Manufacturing read-outs from key economies around the region this morning will show how factories fared in January under the clouds of trade tensions, Brexit uncertainty and volatile markets. Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) 's reading already out this morning slowed to its lowest in over two years in one of the first signs that Brexit and a loss of momentum globally may start to hurt its booming economy.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Airbus A380 under threat as Emirates weighs rejigged order -sources

    PARIS/DUBAI, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Dubai's Emirates is exploring switching some orders for the world's largest jetliner, the Airbus A380, to the smaller A350 in a move raising new doubts about the future of Europe's iconic superjumbo, people familiar with the matter said. The Gulf carrier, which has invested tens of billions of dollars in more than 100 A380s, has been struggling to finalise a deal to buy another 36 to keep assembly lines open, due to differences with engine maker Rolls-Royce. Now (Frankfurt: 11N.F - news) , Airbus is looking closely at closing A380 factories sooner than expected as part of a reshuffle of orders, with Chief Executive Tom Enders unlikely to leave the situation unresolved when his mandate ends in April, they said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Fed could soon stop trimming $4.1 tln portfolio, Powell says

    SAN FRANCISCO/ NEW YORK, Jan 30 (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve may wind down its gradual asset-shedding operation sooner than thought, leaving the U.S. central bank with a bigger balance sheet than earlier anticipated, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday. Powell said no decision had been made on how big the Fed's balance sheet, now down to $4.1 trillion from a peak of $4.5 trillion, would need to be. Indeed, the Fed has never said exactly how far it plans to shrink the balance sheet, though in the past Fed officials had suggested it would be to less than $3 trillion.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Indonesia's Medco wins deal to buy Ophir Energy

    Indonesian oil and gas group Medco agreed to buy London-listed Ophir Energy (Other OTC: OPGYF - news) for a sweetened cash bid of $511 million, as it looks to boost its Southeast Asia portfolio and gain access to international assets. Medco's offer of 55 pence per Ophir share came after Ophir rejected a previous $437 million, or 48.5 pence per share, potential buyout offer this month, saying it undervalued the company. Jakarta-headquartered Medco will become the seventh largest non-national upstream oil producer in Southeast Asia after the deal, according to research firm WoodMac.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Ryanair could add one or two airlines but 'nothing big' -O'Leary

    Ryanair could acquire one or two smaller airlines like its separately branded Polish and Austrian units in the coming years, but "nothing big", Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said on Tuesday. "You'll see in the next couple of years, I'd like to see Ryanair evolve as kind of a group of different airlines. Now (Frankfurt: 11N.F - news) , nothing big but if there were some small-scale opportunities that popped up like the Laudamotion opportunity then we could do it," he said, adding that they would have to bring new bases in Europe.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    FOCUS-Oil major Total plans biggest exploration drive in years

    PARIS/CAPE TOWN, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Total is launching its biggest exploration campaign for years in 2019 as part of a turnaround plan that is ditching the company's focus on risky long-shots in favour of areas known to contain commercial levels of oil or gas. The French major aims to drill 23 wells this year, its senior vice president for exploration, Kevin McLachlan, told Reuters, in waters off Mauritania, Senegal, Namibia, South Africa, Guyana and Brazil.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    BUZZ-U.S. IPOs: Firms gear up as gov't reopens; SEC says take a number

    ** IPO aspirants escape limbo and are sharpening their pencils after President Trump agreed on Fri to reopen the federal government until at least Feb 15 ** The SEC's Division of Corporation Finance, responsible ...

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