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Dusseldorf - Dusseldorf Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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19.89+0.78 (+4.11%)
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Day's range19.89 - 20.08
52-week range19.89 - 20.08
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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Aggreko's finance chief Cran to quit for Forth Ports role

    Aggreko Plc, the world's largest temporary power provider, is losing its respected finance chief Carole Cran, who it said would join Scotland's Forth Ports Ltd. Cran, described by Citigroup (NYSE: C - news) analysts as "an excellent CFO and a super Aggreko ambassador for many years", would leave within the next 12 months as part of an orderly handover, Aggreko said on Tuesday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Aggreko pulls new executive pay plan ahead of investor meeting

    Aggreko Plc (Frankfurt: A1XFZR - news) , the world's largest temporary power provider, said on Thursday it had withdrawn a proposed executive pay policy after some investors disapproved of a new restricted share plan (RSP). The company has been looking to switch its remuneration policy to more "fairly align" shareholder and management interests as it contends with challenging market conditions. Against this backdrop, the company said on Thursday the RSP plan was supposed to reduce the amount of annual bonus and awards under a Long Term Incentive Plan, while increasing the amount of Aggreko shares management members have to hold.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Aggreko reviews N.America oil and gas fleet as revenue falls

    Aggreko Plc (Frankfurt: A1XFZR - news) , the world's largest temporary power provider, said it was reviewing the value of its North American fleet of oil and gas rental generators after further weakness in that market dragged down its third-quarter underlying revenue. Aggreko, whose kits power major events and cover electricity shortfalls, has been cutting costs and jobs and reigning in its capital spending to cope with subdued demand and price pressures. The potential writedown comes as Aggreko tries to limit its exposure to the North American oil and gas market, whose weakness has offset gains elsewhere.