GFK.DE - GfK SE

XETRA - XETRA Delayed price. Currency in EUR
47.19
0.00 (0.00%)
At close: 5:36PM CEST
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Previous close47.19
Open47.23
Bid0.00 x 23000
Ask0.00 x 2500
Day's range47.02 - 47.37
52-week range27.45 - 52.24
Volume483
Avg. volume3,606
Market cap1.72B
Beta1.26
PE ratio (TTM)-10.28
EPS (TTM)-4.59
Earnings date13 Nov 2017
Forward Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-dividend date2016-05-23
1y target estN/A
  • Business Wire7 days ago

    GfK presents fresh thinking on mobile, cross-media research at PDRF 2017

    NEW YORK--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- In 7 sessions, GfK will share stage with Meredith, NOM, Omnicom Media, Time GfK will be showcasing the latest digital, cross-media research approaches to explore key industry ...

  • No end in sight to German consumers' good vibes
    AFP3 months ago

    No end in sight to German consumers' good vibes

    Over the full year, pollsters GfK expects domestic consumption in Germany to increase by around 1.5% compared with 2016's level

  • German consumers look forward to good life in summer
    AFP4 months ago

    German consumers look forward to good life in summer

    Low interest rates have contributed to Germans' inclination to spend over saving while a stronger labour market has boosted confidence

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    German travellers continue to shun Turkey this summer

    Summer bookings to Turkey by German holidaymakers are down by more than half after a spate of bombings, with tourists instead heading to Greece and Egypt, according to German market researcher GfK (Swiss: GFK.SW - news) . Tourism, which adds about $30 billion to Turkey's gross domestic product each year, has been hammered by attacks blamed on Islamic State and Kurdish militants that have scared away tourists over the past year. Summer bookings from Germany were down 58 percent at the end of January from a year ago.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast year

    UK consumers worry as weaker pound raises prices

    British consumers turned less optimistic this month as sterling's slump began to eat into their disposable income, according to two surveys on Friday which will raise concerns about the strength of future spending growth. Britain's economy has performed better than most forecasts since June's referendum decision to leave the European Union, in large part thanks to strong consumer spending. Market research firm GfK said sentiment fell for the first time since the immediate shock of the Brexit vote.

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