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Alstom SA (AOMFF)

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29.54-0.36 (-1.20%)
At close: 11:51AM EST
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Previous close29.90
Open29.54
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range29.54 - 29.54
52-week range15.85 - 30.18
Volume6,640
Avg. volume927
Market cap11.113B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.86
PE ratio (TTM)13.61
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.25 (1.31%)
Ex-dividend date20 Jul 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Train maker Alstom's sales gain steam as orders beat estimates

    (Reuters) -French train maker Alstom posted an 8% rise in third-quarter sales on Wednesday, helped by forecast-beating orders, particularly in Europe. While Alstom's costs have increased due to supply-chain issues, the war in Ukraine and its acquisition of Bombardier's rail business, its sales have gained from a ramp-up in orders as train ridership improves with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. "I do not see any sign ... of a slowdown on our demand globally," finance chief Laurent Martinez told analysts in a call, adding that ridership was back to pre-COVID levels.

  • Reuters

    Train maker Alstom sharpens annual targets after half-year beat

    (Reuters) -French train maker Alstom sharpened its annual targets on Wednesday as forecast-beating orders and the integration of Bombardier Transportation boosted its prospects for the second half of the year.

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    Train maker Alstom's sales rise but inflation, supply chain woes linger

    (Reuters) -French train maker Alstom reported on Tuesday an 8% jump in quarterly sales and confirmed its full-year outlook, but reiterated concerns over inflation and component shortages. Alstom's shares, which had tumbled 6% by 1008 GMT, have lost a quarter of their value this year as Russia's invasion of Ukraine drove costs higher and new lockdowns in China further disrupted global supply chains. Chief Financial Officer Laurent Martinez told analysts in a call that supply chain disruptions had not affected deliveries in its first quarter which ended on June 30 and the situation was "tense but so far under control".