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Thales S.A. (HO.PA)

Paris - Paris Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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82.94+0.68 (+0.83%)
As of 5:35PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close82.26
Open82.76
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range82.56 - 83.22
52-week range55.02 - 92.40
Volume261,330
Avg. volume267,059
Market cap17.663B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.91
PE ratio (TTM)20.78
EPS (TTM)3.99
Earnings date23 Jul 2021
Forward dividend & yield1.76 (2.14%)
Ex-dividend date18 May 2021
1y target est100.43
  • Reuters

    France's Thales keeps 2021 goals after contract blow

    PARIS (Reuters) -French defence group Thales moved swiftly on Thursday to reassure investors its 2021 financial goals remained intact after the reversal of a major French arms deal with Australia. Thales has a 35% stake in French military shipyard Naval Group which was due to supply submarines to Australia in a $40 billion deal jettisoned in favour of a new cooperation pact between the United States, Britain and Australia. "Thales does not expect any material impact of this announcement on the group’s 2021 EBIT (earnings before interest and tax) through Naval Group’s contribution," it said.

  • Business Wire

    Thales Partners with EVERING to Secure the Next-Generation of Wearable Fashion in Japan

    PARIS LA DÉFENSE, September 15, 2021--Contactless payment technology brings convenience to consumers worldwide, especially in the wake of the current pandemic. And, by bringing contactless payment devices to wearables to integrate more seamlessly into users’ daily lives. Thales, with its strong history in providing secure payment products to banks and other financial institutions, now takes this to wearable fashion in Japan.

  • Business Wire

    New Era of Remote Working Calls for Modern Security Mindset, Finds Thales Global Survey of IT Leaders

    PARIS LA DÉFENSE, September 14, 2021--COVID-19 quickly ushered in the era of remote work, introducing new risks that IT professionals are struggling to manage with existing security tools, according to a new Thales study. Six in 10 respondents said traditional security tools such as VPNs are still the primary vehicle for employees accessing applications remotely -- likely the reason why almost half (44%) were not confident that their access security systems could scale effectively to secure remo