HEN3.DE - Henkel AG & Co. KGaA

XETRA - XETRA Delayed price. Currency in EUR
93.44
+0.28 (+0.30%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous close93.16
Open93.12
Bid93.52 x 43400
Ask93.56 x 6700
Day's range93.12 - 93.98
52-week range80.70 - 97.80
Volume390,708
Avg. volume541,009
Market cap38.518B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.54
PE ratio (TTM)17.56
EPS (TTM)5.32
Earnings date07 May 2018 - 11 May 2018
Forward dividend & yield1.85 (1.99%)
Ex-dividend date09 Apr 2019
1y target est113.79
  • Exclusive: Unilever, Henkel and buyout funds eye bids for Coty's $7 billion beauty brands – sources
    Reuters

    Exclusive: Unilever, Henkel and buyout funds eye bids for Coty's $7 billion beauty brands – sources

    LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Consumer goods giants Unilever and Henkel and buyout funds including Advent and Cinven are exploring bids for some of Coty's top beauty brands in a deal worth up to $7 billion, three sources told Reuters. Colgate-Palmolive Co is also looking to enter the bidding race for Coty's portfolio which focuses on professional hair and nail care products including Wella, Clairol, GHD and OPI, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

  • Exclusive - Unilever, Henkel and buyout funds eye bids for Coty's $7 billion beauty brands: sources
    Reuters

    Exclusive - Unilever, Henkel and buyout funds eye bids for Coty's $7 billion beauty brands: sources

    LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Consumer goods giants Unilever and Henkel and buyout funds including Advent and Cinven are exploring bids for some of Coty's top beauty brands in a deal worth up to $7 billion, three sources told Reuters. Colgate-Palmolive Co is also looking to enter the bidding race for Coty's portfolio which focuses on professional hair and nail care products including Wella, Clairol, GHD and OPI, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-A bit of M&A to spice things up

    Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Julien Ponthus. As said below, there isn't much corporate action left in terms of earnings but thankfully, a little spike in M&A activity has emerged to spice things up. In Germany a consortium seeking to buy wholesaler Metro's chain has beefed up its offer for the hypermarkets.

  • Persil helps laundry business shine despite Henkel sales fall
    Reuters

    Persil helps laundry business shine despite Henkel sales fall

    New Persil detergent lines helped a pick up in growth at Henkel's laundry and home care business, although the German consumer goods company's beauty and adhesives division struggled as overall third quarter sales fell. Henkel said on Thursday its laundry and home care unit, which has relaunched Persil detergent and is trying to sell more online-friendly products, reported a rise in organic sales of 4%, up from 2% in the second quarter. Persil, which competes with Procter & Gamble brands like Tide and Ariel, had double-digit sales growth, helped by a strong launch for its new four-chamber discs in Europe and North America, Henkel's chief executive Hans Van Bylen told analysts.

  • Henkel names finance chief Carsten Knobel as next CEO
    Reuters

    Henkel names finance chief Carsten Knobel as next CEO

    German consumer goods company Henkel named Chief Financial Officer Carsten Knobel as its next chief executive, replacing Hans Van Bylen after a string of poor results for the maker of Schwarzkopf shampoo, Dial soap and Persil detergent. The company said on Thursday that Knobel would take over from Jan. 1, acting within hours of a Manager Magazine report that a committee representing its founding family had started looking for candidates to replace Van Bylen, whose contract runs until the end of April 2021. The magazine had named Knobel as one of two internal candidates - the other being Jan-Dirk Auris, who runs Henkel's adhesives business.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Europe under pressure as WTO ruling on tariffs looms

    Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Thyagaraju Adinarayan. Reach him on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: thyagaraju.adinarayan.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net EUROPE UNDER PRESSURE AS WTO RULING ON TARIFFS LOOMS (0657 GMT) It's all about trade. Stock futures point to a slightly lower open for Europe this morning on expectations the WTO will officially authorise U.S. tariffs on European goods imports due to illegal state aid provided to Airbus.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Better than bonds & FANGs

    STOXX 600 +0.9% * German real estate stocks up after some comforting news on Berlin rent freeze * Deutsche Wohnen +9.9%, Vonovia +5.3% * CNH Industrial +5.9% after reports co considering hiving off truck unit Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Josephine Mason. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: josephine.mason.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net BETTER THAN BONDS & FANGS (1156 GMT) While investors are busy gobbling up negative-yielding bonds, shunning risky assets, to safeguard their money from the ongoing U.S.-China trade spat and a teetering global economy, one stock is benefitting from the rush for bonds. Marketaxess - the electronic bond trading platform - has more than doubled in value in the last one year and is now valued at nearly $15 billion.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    MORNING BID EUROPE-August may end well, but it's been a bruising month

    World stocks are set to close August on an upbeat note, with MSCI's global index at a one-week high. Most Asian markets are in the black, Europe is opening higher and Wall Street futures are also up. President Donald Trump asserted that trade talks with China would resume on Thursday, raising hopes that the 5% additional tariff increase on $300 billion of Chinese goods might not kick in on Sept. 1 after all.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-China tariff delays pull European shares out of doldrums

    European shares staged a comeback from early losses on Tuesday as growth sectors led the charge, after Washington's move to delay tariffs on some Chinese goods provided a lift to battered global sentiment. The U.S. administration will delay imposing a 10% tariff on certain Chinese products, including laptops and cell phones, beyond September, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative said on Tuesday. A separate list also included some imports that would be exempted altogether from tariffs.

  • Henkel cuts outlook after weakest quarterly sales in decade
    Reuters

    Henkel cuts outlook after weakest quarterly sales in decade

    Henkel lowered its full-year outlook on Tuesday after posting its first fall in sales in a decade as the popularity of its beauty products waned and weaker industrial production hit its adhesives business. The maker of Schwarzkopf shampoo, Persil detergent, Dial soap and Loctite glue said second-quarter sales fell by a like-for-like 0.4% to 5.121 billion euros ($5.73 billion), the weakest since the third quarter of 2009, while earnings per share dropped 9.5% to 1.43 euros - both below average analyst forecasts. Analysts have suggested Henkel should consider selling or spinning off its struggling beauty business but the founding family that owns the majority of shares is seen as unlikely to take such a radical step.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Host of global worries drive European shares lower

    European shares fell on Tuesday, as a slew of economic and geopolitical worries including Italy and Argentina's political uncertainty and unrest in Hong Kong, compelled investors to take refuge in safe harbors like bonds and gold. The pan-European STOXX 600 index fell 0.3% by 0715 GMT, with the bank-heavy Milan and Madrid indexes leading losses. Markets, already reeling from fears that the United States and China may not end their bitter trade-war anytime soon, were distressed further as Argentina's currency crashed, unrest in Hong Kong intensified and Italy's political worries deepened.

  • Henkel cuts outlook on weakest sales momentum in a decade
    Reuters

    Henkel cuts outlook on weakest sales momentum in a decade

    Persil maker Henkel cut its full-year outlook on Tuesday after posting its first fall in sales in a decade as the popularity of its beauty products waned and weaker industrial production hit its adhesives business. The maker of Schwarzkopf shampoo, Dial soap and Loctite glue has underperformed rivals such as Procter & Gamble Co (P&G) and Unilever in recent years. Analysts have suggested Henkel should consider selling or spinning off its struggling beauty business but the founding family, which owns around 60 percent of the company's voting shares , is seen as unlikely to take such a radical step.

  • BASF, Siemens, Henkel, Roche target of cyber attacks
    Reuters

    BASF, Siemens, Henkel, Roche target of cyber attacks

    German blue-chip companies BASF, Siemens, Henkel along with a host of others said on Wednesday they had been victims of cyber attacks, confirming a German media report which said the likely culprit was a state-backed Chinese group. Alongside the German firms named, companies including drug maker Roche, hotels group Marriott, airline Lion Air, conglomerate Sumitomo, and chemicals group Shin-Etsu were also targeted by the hackers, ARD reported. Industrial conglomerate Siemens, shampoo maker Henkel and Swiss pharma group Roche confirmed that they were affected by "Winnti", while BASF and Covestro also confirmed that they have been attacked.

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