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Fresenius SE & Co. KGaA (FRE.DE)


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77.03+0.43 (+0.56%)
As of 12:27PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close76.60
Open76.76
Bid77.01 x 39900
Ask77.03 x 9500
Day's range76.55 - 77.36
52-week range63.62 - 80.07
Volume303,143
Avg. volume921,118
Market cap42.7B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)25.08
EPS (TTM)3.07
Earnings date1 Aug 2017
Dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters3 days ago

    Loeb's Third Point targets 'staid' Nestle for change

    Activist investor Daniel Loeb's Third Point LLC on Sunday unveiled a more than 1 percent stake in Switzerland's Nestle SA and urged the world's largest packaged foods maker to improve its margins, buy back stock and shed non-core businesses. Third Point disclosed its Nestle position in a letter to investors, in which it argued the food company should sell its 23 percent stake in French cosmetics firm L'Oreal SA. "We feel strongly that in order to succeed, Dr. Schneider will need to articulate a decisive and bold action plan that addresses the staid culture and tendency towards incrementalism that has typified the company’s prior leadership and resulted in its long-term underperformance," Third Point wrote in the letter.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Loeb's Third Point targets 'staid' Nestle for change

    Activist investor Daniel Loeb's Third Point LLC on Sunday unveiled a more than 1 percent stake in Switzerland's Nestle SA and urged the world's largest packaged foods maker to improve its margins, buy back stock and shed non-core businesses. The stake, worth around 3.28 billion Swiss francs ($3.4 billion), is one of the largest taken by the hedge fund, which pressed for change in recent years at U.S. internet firm Yahoo (NasdaqGS: YHOO - news) and Japan's Sony Corp (Hanover: SON1.HA - news) . Third Point disclosed its Nestle position in a letter to investors, in which it argued the food company should sell its 23 percent stake in French cosmetics firm L'Oreal SA.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Nestle may sell U.S. confectionery business

    Nestle may sell its roughly $900 million-a-year U.S. confectionery business, which includes Butterfinger and BabyRuth, in the Swiss food group's latest effort to improve the health profile of its sprawling portfolio.