11N.F - NOW Inc.

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
8.293
-0.273 (-3.187%)
As of 8:03AM CET. Market open.
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Previous close8.566
Open8.293
Bid8.315 x 50000
Ask8.565 x 50000
Day's range8.293 - 8.293
52-week range8.293 - 22.012
Volume110
Avg. volume51
Market cap899.82M
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • New Palestinian city rises with sleek homes, boutiques
    AFP7 hours ago

    New Palestinian city rises with sleek homes, boutiques

    So far only some 3,000 people live in the pristine rows of beige tower blocks in the new city of Rawabi

  • Reuters - UK Focus16 hours ago

    EU drugs agency move to Amsterdam minimises likely staff losses

    Amsterdam's success in winning the battle to host the European Medicines Agency (EMA), which is relocating from London because of Brexit, was welcomed by drug manufacturers on Monday hoping for the least disruption due to staff losses at the regulator. Amsterdam was the most popular of 19 potential new homes for the drugs watchdog in a recent survey of staff, with 81 percent of them saying they would be willing to move to the Dutch city. EuropaBio, representing Europe's biotech sector, said it was happy to see Amsterdam selected.

  • Reuters - UK Focus17 hours ago

    Russian lender TCS's net income up 75 pct in third quarter

    Russian consumer lender TCS Group reported a 75-percent increase in net profit in the third quarter year-on-year on Monday and said its performance had allowed it to approve extra dividends. TCS Group's strong quarter stood out from Russia's wider banking sector which has been shaken by the bailouts of two major lenders in the space of a month. TCS (LSE: TCS.L - news) said later on Monday its majority-owner, entrepreneur Oleg Tinkov, planned to sell a 6.6 percent stake in the group via an accelerated book build.

  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    Britain's NEX says first-half profit falls, picks Amsterdam as EU hub

    NEX Group reported lower first-half profit and said market conditions remained challenging due to a lack of volume and volatility in fixed income, currencies and commodities. The firm, which provides electronic trading platforms for banks, asset managers, hedge funds and companies, also said it had picked Amsterdam as its European Union hub after Britain leaves the bloc. NEX's shares fell 4 percent to 573 pence by 0941 GMT and were among the biggest fallers on FTSE 250 index.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Britain's Johnson says work to be done to solve Irish border issue

    British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Friday the UK government was not minimising the issue of the Irish border in Brexit negotiations and would work with Dublin to solve it. Speaking in Dublin, he also said that Britain had no interest in any kind of so-called hard border between Northern Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) and Ireland.

  • Asian markets head for positive end to volatile week
    AFP4 days ago

    Asian markets head for positive end to volatile week

    President Donald Trump hailed the vote to overhaul the US tax system, which helped fuel a rally in global markets

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    COLUMN-Zinc market focus turns to new supply, but don't forget Quebec: Andy Home

    The Dugald River zinc mine in the Australian state of Queensland made its maiden shipment of concentrates earlier this month. Once ramped up to full speed, the mine will produce around 170,000 tonnes per year of contained metal. Once operated by Dugald River's owner MMG (HKSE: 1208-OL.HK - news) , Century's closure in 2015 was a symbolic milestone on the road to global market deficit.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    COLUMN-Zinc market focus turns to new supply, but don't forget Quebec: Andy Home

    The Dugald River zinc mine in the Australian state of Queensland made its maiden shipment of concentrates earlier this month. Once ramped up to full speed, the mine will produce around 170,000 tonnes per year of contained metal. Once operated by Dugald River's owner MMG (HKSE: 1208-OL.HK - news) , Century's closure in 2015 was a symbolic milestone on the road to global market deficit.

  • Butter shortage chills France's patisserie-loving soul
    AFP6 days ago

    Butter shortage chills France's patisserie-loving soul

    Across France, shops are finding it increasingly difficult to keep their shelves stocked with butter

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 days ago

    Amazon to produce 'Lord of the Rings' television series

    Amazon.com Inc has bought the global television rights to "The Lord of the Rings," the company said on Monday, in what may be its biggest and most expensive move yet to draw viewers to its streaming and shopping club Prime. Amazon said it will produce a multi-season series that explores new storylines preceding author J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Fellowship of the Ring," the first installment in the famed fantasy trilogy. Three movies made of the trilogy in the early 2000s, filmed in New Zealand by director Peter Jackson, garnered nearly $3 billion at the box office and 17 Academy Awards.

  • Oil producers to extend cuts to rebalance market: UAE
    AFP8 days ago

    Oil producers to extend cuts to rebalance market: UAE

    UAE Energy Minister Suhail al-Mazrouei: "There is a potential for extension" of the oil production cut deal

  • Why isn't the UK just getting on with Brexit, EU businesses wonder
    Sky News11 days ago

    Why isn't the UK just getting on with Brexit, EU businesses wonder

    In the months after the UK voted to leave the European Union, the prevailing mood among businesses on the continent was one of denial - a kind of disbelief that we would actually go ahead with it. Are they ready for Brexit? Consider the case of the small businesses located around the Netherlands, which do a fair amount of trade with the UK and elsewhere in Europe.

  • Burberry to shut stores in 'unluxurious' areas
    Sky News12 days ago

    Burberry to shut stores in 'unluxurious' areas

    Burberry is to close stores and stop its products being sold in areas it feels are not luxurious enough, as part of a drive to take its brand even further upmarket. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) tumbled after the change of direction was announced, just a week after the news that top designer Christopher Bailey - the man credited with creating its luxury focus - was to leave the business after 17 years. New (KOSDAQ: 160550.KQ - news) chief executive Marco Gobbetti, who replaced Bailey in the top job earlier this year, said he wanted to focus on leather goods and fashion and cut sales to non-luxury stores, initially in the United States.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    Sterling skirts Westminster turmoil, holds steady vs dollar

    Britain's sterling inched up on Thursday as expectations for a gradual tightening of policy from the Bank of England protected the pound from the political turmoil engulfing Prime Minister Theresa May's government. A string of scandals leading to two resignations from the cabinet in the space of just one week has raised doubts over the Conservative government's ability to secure a strong deal in negotiations over Britain's leaving the European Union, due to restart later in the day.

  • Burberry to shut stores that don't meet new luxury standards
    Sky News12 days ago

    Burberry to shut stores that don't meet new luxury standards

    Burberry is to close stores and stop its products being sold in areas it feels are not luxurious enough, as part of a drive to take its brand even further upmarket. The change of direction was announced just a week after the news that its top designer Christopher Bailey, the man credited with creating its luxury focus, was to leave the business after 17 years. New (KOSDAQ: 160550.KQ - news) chief executive Marco Gobbetti, who replaced Bailey in the top job earlier this year, said he wanted to focus on leather goods and fashion and cut sales to non-luxury stores, initially in the United States.

  • Burberry to go more upmarket and shut stores in luxury push
    Sky News12 days ago

    Burberry to go more upmarket and shut stores in luxury push

    Burberry is to close stores and stop its products being sold in areas it feels are not luxurious enough, as part of a drive to take its brand even further upmarket. The change of direction was announced just a week after the news that its top designer Christopher Bailey, the man credited with creating its luxury focus, was to leave the business after 17 years. New (KOSDAQ: 160550.KQ - news) chief executive Marco Gobbetti, who replaced Bailey in the top job earlier this year, said he wanted to focus on leather goods and fashion and cut sales to non-luxury stores, initially in the United States.

  • Twitter extends 280 character limit worldwide after successful trial
    Sky News13 days ago

    Twitter extends 280 character limit worldwide after successful trial

    Twitter (Frankfurt: A1W6XZ - news) is going global with 280-character tweets after it found the change did not impact the brevity and speed of most posts. The social media giant, which has around 330m monthly active users worldwide, announced in September it was testing the longer length, double the usual 140 characters, to help prevent users having to "cram" in tweets and express themselves better. Twitter product manager Aliza Rosen said they wanted to make sure "every person around the world could express themselves easily in a Tweet...while ensuring we keep the speed and brevity that makes Twitter, Twitter.

  • A year after cash ban, India's black money market is thriving
    AFP13 days ago

    A year after cash ban, India's black money market is thriving

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi withdrew high-value rupee bills in a bid to root out a culture of tax evasion so widespread it had become the norm

  • Reuters - UK Focus18 days ago

    Pakistan's gasoline suppliers respond to Honda's complaint over quality

    Pakistan's fuel suppliers said on Friday that gasoline sold locally meets regulatory requirements following a complaint filed by Honda Motor Co's Pakistan subsidiary accusing suppliers of adding a manganese-based additive to improve the octane rating. Honda Atlas Cars (Pakistan) Ltd., filed the complaint with Pakistan's oil and gas industry regulator, saying the additive appeared to be damaging engines in its vehicles.

  • Reuters - UK Focus19 days ago

    Oil edges up to near 2-year highs as market tightens

    Confidence has been fueled by an effort this year lead by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and Russia to hold back about 1.8 million barrels per day (bpd) in oil production to tighten markets. "Compliance as a whole for OPEC up being rather strong," said Mark Watkins, regional investment manager at U.S. Bank. Iraq's oil minister said that OPEC's second-largest producer supports keeping curbs on global oil supply to bolster prices, adding $60 per barrel would be an acceptable target price for his country.

  • Reuters - UK Focus19 days ago

    Honda says fuel from Shell, Total, PSO harms engines in Pakistan

    Pakistan's state oil and gas regulator said on Thursday it would investigate a complaint that fuel suppliers including local units of Shell (LSE: RDSB.L - news) and Total (LSE: 524773.L - news) as well as Pakistan State Oil (PSO) had added manganese to their gasoline. Honda Motor Co's Pakistan subsidiary, Honda Atlas Cars (Pakistan) Ltd., filed the complaint, saying the additive appeared to be damaging engines in its vehicles.

  • Royal Dutch Shell announces surging profits
    AFP19 days ago

    Royal Dutch Shell announces surging profits

    Royal Dutch Shell said that net profit almost tripled to more than $4.0 billion in the third quarter, helped largely by recovering oil prices.

  • NOW Inc.'s Results Continue to Improve
    Motley Fool20 days ago

    NOW Inc.'s Results Continue to Improve

    The oil-field equipment distributor believes it can maintain this momentum.

  • Here's Why NOW Inc's Stock Is Sinking Today
    Motley Fool20 days ago

    Here's Why NOW Inc's Stock Is Sinking Today

    The market didn’t seem too thrilled with the energy distributor’s third-quarter results.

  • Bah! Humbug! Why shops are already playing Christmas tunes
    Sky News20 days ago

    Bah! Humbug! Why shops are already playing Christmas tunes

    Because then, like a fury-stoking musical flying caribou, along came Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer, bursting out from the shop's loudspeaker. A song with no place in the world other than at Christmas, being imposed upon me at a time when people were still trying to get by in T-shirts. On a day when you could clearly remember the cricket season, and when you might still fancy buying an ice cream, here was a great dollop of Christmas being siphoned down my ears.

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