|Bid||40.01 x 0|
|Ask||40.02 x 0|
|Day's range||40.00 - 40.06|
|52-week range||27.73 - 44.28|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||-0.01|
|PE ratio (TTM)||96.85|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
April 1 (Reuters) - Nasdaq Helsinki: * NASDAQ HELSINKI SAYS FINAL RESULTS OF SUBSEQUENT OFFER PERIOD OF MASCOT BIDCO OY'S VOLUNTARY RECOMMENDED CASH TENDER OFFER FOR ALL SHARES IN AMER SPORTS * NASDAQ ...
March 12 (Reuters) - Anta Sports Products Ltd: * UPDATES ON VERY SUBSTANTIAL ACQUISITION OF AMER SPORTS * IN ORDER TO ALLOW REMAINING SHAREHOLDERS POSSIBILITY TO TENDER THEIR SHARES, OFFEROR DECIDED TO ...
Jan 23 (Reuters) - Amer Sports Oyj: * REG-DECISIONS OF AMER SPORTS CORPORATION EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING * EGM RESOLVED TO GRANT TO CURRENT MEMBERS OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS A RIGHT TO ACCEPT VOLUNTARY ...
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The consortium, which includes Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings Ltd, has offered 40 euros per share in cash for the maker of Wilson tennis racquets and branded outdoor gear. The deal represents a premium of 13.6 percent to Amer's last close and has been unanimously recommended by the board of the Helsinki-based firm. The consortium plans to operate Amer Sports independently from Anta, with a separate board of directors, Anta said in a statement.
Dec 7 (Reuters) - ANTA Sports Products Ltd: * MASCOT BIDCO OY TO BUY ALL SHARES OF AMER SPORTS AT OFFER PRICE EUR40.00 * TERMS OF TENDER OFFER VALUE ENTIRE ISSUED AND OUTSTANDING SHARE CAPITAL OF AMER ...
Finland's Amer Sports is close to signing a $4.6 billion euro ($5.2 billion) deal to be taken over by a consortium led by China's Anta Sports, said a person with direct knowledge of the transaction. The consortium has offered 40 euros per share in cash for the maker of Wilson tennis racquets and branded outdoor gear. Under the deal, Anta would take 58 percent of Amer Sports, said the person.
It’s been seven months since China Three Gorges Corp. announced a 9.1 billion euro ($10.3 billion) bid for Portuguese utility EDP-Energias de Portugal SA. The state-owned Chinese utility has been sounding out European buyers for EDP’s U.S. assets to ease its passage, Reuters reported in June citing sources familiar with the matter. The deal, which EDP says is still in the works, would be 2018’s largest takeover by a mainland firm.
Tencent, China’s largest social-media company, is considering joining the consortium led by Anta Sports Products Ltd. as a minority investor, according to the people. The buyer group is also in talks with other potential minority partners, though no firm agreements have been reached, the people said, asking not to be identified because the information is private. The consortium has been progressing in the potential takeover and seeking at least 3.5 billion euros in loans, Bloomberg News reported last month.
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Oct 11 (Reuters) - ANTA Sports Products Ltd: * CONFIRMS THAT THERE HAVE BEEN CERTAIN DISCUSSIONS WITH AMER SPORTS, FOUNTAINVEST IN RELATION TO A POSSIBLE ACQUISITION * NO DEFINITIVE AGREEMENT HAS BEEN ...
Oct 11 (Reuters) - Amer Sports Oyj: * REG-AMER SPORTS RESPONSE TO MEDIA SPECULATION * AMER SPORTS CORPORATION CONFIRMED THAT IT HAD RECEIVED A NON-BINDING PRELIMINARY INDICATION OF INTEREST ( "INDICATION ...
HELSINKI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Finland's Amer Sports, makers of Wilson tennis rackets and branded outdoor gear, has received a 4.6 billion euros ($5.3 billion) takeover approach from China's Anta Sports and private equity firm FountainVest. Amer shareholders would get 40 euros per share in cash ifthe deal went ahead, the Helsinki-based maker of Salomon hikingboots and Arc'teryx outdoor clothing said on Tuesday, lifting its shares more than 25 percent. "Of course, if the price is right, everything is for sale,"the association's head Timo Maasilta told Reuters.