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Deutsche Wohnen SE (DWHHF)

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62.420.00 (0.00%)
At close: 10:58AM EDT
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Previous close62.42
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range62.42 - 62.42
52-week range45.68 - 91.50
Avg. volume2,706
Market cap21.457B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.23
PE ratio (TTM)12.33
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.25 (2.02%)
Ex-dividend date02 Jun 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Germany's LEG Immobilien considers foreign expansion, merger cast-offs

    German property group LEG Immobilien is looking at expanding abroad and would also consider buying flats from Vonovia or Deutsche Wohnen should their merger go through, its CEO told Reuters on Tuesday. Germany's two biggest listed landlords Vonovia and Deutsche Wohnen have revived merger plans that are controversial in Germany because of tensions over soaring rents ahead of general elections in September. "If there are opportunities abroad we would look at that," CEO Lars von Lackum said in an interview, adding that neighbouring countries such as the Netherlands or Denmark were of interest.

  • Bloomberg

    Vonovia’s M&A Bid Spurs Year’s Biggest Euro Corporate Bond Deal

    (Bloomberg) -- Vonovia SE is selling the biggest euro corporate bond deal for almost a year, as it bolsters its finances to swallow a competitor.The German landlord will raise 5 billion euros ($5.9 billion) through Thursday’s multi-part sale, with strong demand cutting pricing on the deal, according to a person familiar with the matter, who asked not to be identified. That’s the biggest transaction in the currency since a 6.25 billion-euro six-part deal from Medtronic Plc last September. Part of

  • Reuters

    Vonovia says new offer for Deutsche Wohnen to be final

    Vonovia's sweetened bid for rival Deutsche Wohnen will be final, and there will not be another offer if the takeover attempt fails again, the head of the German real estate group said on Friday. Vonovia last month narrowly failed to pass the 50% threshold with a bid worth 52 euros per Deutsche Wohnen share. It has said it plans to submit the new offer at 53 euros a share, valuing the company at 19.1 billion euros ($22.58 billion), while outlining the framework of the deal.