|Bid||100.10 x 3000|
|Ask||0.00 x 1500|
|Day's range||82.01 - 83.38|
|52-week range||68.28 - 99.25|
|PE ratio (TTM)||20.49|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
FRANKFURT/LONDON, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Swiss stock exchange operator SIX Group has hired JPMorgan (LSE: JPIU.L - news) to look at options for its payments unit, including a sale worth up to 2 billion Swiss francs ($2.1 billion), sources familiar with the plans told Reuters. The decision to kick off a strategic review comes amid a wave of mergers and acquisitions in the fragmented payments industry as consumers increasingly switch to card and mobile payments and as regulatory changes promise to open the market to more competition.
Private equity group Permira has bought a stake of at least 10 percent in payments firm Klarna, one of Europe's most highly valued tech startups, the companies said on Friday. Payments companies have become ...
European shares dropped on Thursday as a jump in the bloc's currency following the European Central Bank's policy meeting weighed on exporters, while disappointing updates prompted big moves on individual ...
French payments specialist Ingenico is to buy Stockholm-based rival Bambora from Nordic Capital for 1.5 billion euros ($1.7 billion) in the latest deal in the sector. Payments firms have become targets for credit card companies and banks seeking to capitalise on a switch from cash transactions to paying by smartphone or other mobile devices. Ingenico shares jumped 10 percent shortly after the opening of the Paris stock exchange.
European shares fell to a two-week low on Wednesday, extending losses from the previous session as weighed down by basic resources stocks and banks. The pan-European STOXX 600 index was down 0.8 percent as global markets were hit by worries that U.S. President Donald Trump could struggle to deliver on his reflationary economic policies. The banking sector dropped 1.8 percent.
European shares retreated slightly from 15-month highs on Monday with lower crude prices weighing on oil stocks and Deutsche Bank dragging banks lower one day before the start of its 8 billion-euro cash ...
European shares pulled back from 15-month highs in early deals on Monday with lower crude prices weighing on oil stocks and banks falling after Deutsche Bank set terms of its 8 billion euro cash call. ...
European shares dropped on Friday with banks and miners falling as a raft of disappointing earnings updates and political worries dented sentiment. The STOXX 600 was down 0.8 percent at its close, erasing ...
European shares slipped on Friday with banks falling and German chemical heavyweight BASF being hit by an underwhelming outlook. The STOXX 600 was down 0.4 percent. The index did, however, remain near ...
European shares edged lower in early deals on Friday, weighed down by losses in BASF after an underwhelming earnings update from the German chemical group in a session dominated by a raft of company results ...
FRANKFURT, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 12 (Reuters) - Buyout groups are preparing final bids for German payments group Concardis, potentially valuing the group at more than 600 million euros ($636 million), people close to the matter said on Monday. Concardis' largest shareholder is Deutsche Bank (IOB: 0H7D.IL - news) , with a 16 percent stake, while smaller stakes are held by Commerzbank (Xetra: CBK100 - news) , Unicredit (EUREX: DE000A163206.EX - news) , as well as savings banks and cooperative banks. Concardis offers card payment terminals as well as payment technology for e-commerce groups and is viewed as a non-core business by many of its owners.
Buyout groups are preparing final bids for German payments group Concardis in a deal potentially valuing the group at more than 600 million euros , people close to the matter said on Thursday. CVC, Bridgepoint ...