LDV.F - Gemalto N.V.

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
49.72
-0.18 (-0.36%)
As of 8:04AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close49.90
Open49.72
Bid49.95 x 50000
Ask49.98 x 50000
Day's range49.72 - 49.72
52-week range31.00 - 56.01
Volume60
Avg. volume274
Market cap4.478B
Beta0.21
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-4.72
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.50 (1.01%)
Ex-dividend date2017-05-22
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus19 days ago

    French group Thales posts higher Q1 sales, shares touch record high

    France's Thales posted a 7.2 percent underlying rise in first-quarter sales, lifting its shares to record highs, as growth in defence and transport systems boosted turnover. Confirming targets for the ...

  • Reuters29 days ago

    Gemalto says post-Brexit UK passport contract will create jobs, protect data

    Franco-Dutch digital security group Gemalto (GTO.AS) said on Monday that its contract to make the new, post-Brexit British passport would create new jobs and that it would ensure citizens' key data details are protected. "The passports will be personalised in the UK to ensure all citizens’ personal and biometric data remains in the country," Gemalto said in a statement. "This process will further extend Gemalto’s presence in the UK, where it has operated for the last 25 years and create new jobs, supplementing the 500+ staff which Gemalto already employs in the UK, as well as generating secondary economic benefits in the local communities where Gemalto will be manufacturing the passports," added the company.

  • De La Rue Rues Loss of U.K. Passport Contract But Won't Appeal
    Bloomberglast month

    De La Rue Rues Loss of U.K. Passport Contract But Won't Appeal

    De La Rue Plc, the 200-year-old company that prints British passports, said it won’t appeal the U.K. government’s decision to award a contract post-Brexit to a Franco-Dutch rival. Having considered “all of the legal and commercial implications,” an appeal is not in the best interests of the company, De La Rue said in a statement Wednesday. The prospect of U.K. identification documents being produced by Gemalto NV -- a Dutch-listed firm with operations in France -- has drawn sharp criticism from supporters of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union and derision from the tabloid press.

  • EQS Group2 months ago

    Tern PLC: DA Strategic Partnership with Gemalto

    Tern PLC (TERN)04-Apr-2018 / 07:00 GMT/BSTDissemination of a Regulatory Announcement, transmitted by EQS Group.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.4 April 2018Tern Plc (the "Company", or the "Group")DA Strategic Partnership with GemaltoTern Plc (AIM: TERN), the investment company specialising in the Internet of Things ("IoT"), announces that Device Authority ("DA"), the IoT security business in which Tern has a 56.8% holding, has entered into a technology partnership with Gemalto N.V. ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    British passport maker to appeal loss of 'Brexit blue' contract

    The company that makes British passports will challenge the decision to use a foreign firm in future, a government decision that some eurosceptics in the tabloid press have called unpatriotic. Prime Minister Theresa May announced post-Brexit Britain would change its passports from burgundy to blue - closer to how they looked before the colour of EU passports was harmonised in 1988 - in "an expression of our independence and sovereignty". Gemalto, which already produces British driving licenses, has not confirmed or denied it won the contract, but De La Rue has publicly criticised the decision to use a foreign firm.

  • British passport maker to appeal loss of 'Brexit blue' contract
    Reuters2 months ago

    British passport maker to appeal loss of 'Brexit blue' contract

    The company that makes British passports will challenge the decision to use a foreign firm in future, a government decision that some eurosceptics in the tabloid press have called unpatriotic. Prime Minister Theresa May announced post-Brexit Britain would change its passports from burgundy to blue - closer to how they looked before the color of EU passports was harmonized in 1988 - in "an expression of our independence and sovereignty". Gemalto, which already produces British driving licenses, has not confirmed or denied it won the contract, but De La Rue has publically criticized the decision to use a foreign firm.

  • Britain's Blue Passport Fanatics Have a Valuable New Ally
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Britain's Blue Passport Fanatics Have a Valuable New Ally

    De La Rue is playing a strange game for a global company.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    British firm De La Rue to challenge government over blue passport contract snub

    British manufacturer De La Rue (Other OTC: DELRF - news) Plc said it will challenge a decision by Britain to award a contract to print the post-Brexit blue passports to a European company. The new blue British passports have been hailed by Prime Minister Theresa May as "an expression of our independence and sovereignty", but will be made by a Franco-Dutch firm after Britain leaves the European Union, De La Rue said. Media reports said the firm was Gemalto (LSE: 0OGA.L - news) , although it has not confirmed or denied those reports.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    [$$] Thales Makes Cash Offer for Gemalto

    Thales has made an all-cash offer for the outstanding shares in Gemalto, valuing the French technology firm at around €4.8 billion.

  • UK passport firm demands Theresa May explain 'moving manufacture to France'
    Sky News2 months ago

    UK passport firm demands Theresa May explain 'moving manufacture to France'

    Theresa May has been urged to visit the factory of a UK security firm and explain why a French company is taking over their contract to make British passports. De La Rue (Other OTC: DELRF - news) boss Martin Sutherland said the Prime Minister and Home Secretary Amber Rudd should look workers "in the whites of the eyes" and defend the decision. Gemalto (LSE: 0OGA.L - news) , a French company, has reportedly won the bid by undercutting competitors by £50m.

  • New post-Brexit passports to be made in France, current manufacturer says
    Sky News2 months ago

    New post-Brexit passports to be made in France, current manufacturer says

    Britain's new post-Brexit blue passports will be made in France, according to the current British manufacturer. De La Rue (Other OTC: DELRF - news) boss Martin Sutherland said his firm had been told by the Home Office that it had missed out on the passports contract, amid reports Paris-based security giant Gemalto (LSE: 0OGA.L - news) had won the bid. Mr Sutherland said he was "surprised" to learn that "this icon of British identity is going to be manufactured in France", adding that he was "disappointed" and would consider an appeal.

  • Blue Brexit Passport Blow Drives Down Shares in U.K.’s De La Rue
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Blue Brexit Passport Blow Drives Down Shares in U.K.’s De La Rue

    It’s been a torrid week for De La Rue Plc, the 200-year-old printer of bank notes whose shares slid 14 percent two days ago after the sudden departure of its finance chief was accompanied by an unexplained ...

  • Gemalto CEO Plans to Accelerate Digital Security Development With Thales
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Gemalto CEO Plans to Accelerate Digital Security Development With Thales

    Philippe Vallee, chief executive officer at Gemalto, discusses the company earnings report, the potential takeover bid from Thales, and how they plan to advance digital security. He speaks with Matt Miller ...

  • Gemalto CEO Plans to Accelerate Digital Security Development With Thales
    Bloomberg Video3 months ago

    Gemalto CEO Plans to Accelerate Digital Security Development With Thales

    Mar.02 -- Philippe Vallee, chief executive officer at Gemalto, discusses the company earnings report, the potential takeover bid from Thales, and how they plan to advance digital security. He speaks with Matt Miller and Guy Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."

  • Thales CEO Caine Sees No Obstacles to Gemalto Deal
    Bloomberg Video5 months ago

    Thales CEO Caine Sees No Obstacles to Gemalto Deal

    Dec.18 -- Thales CEO Patrice Caine discusses his company's potential deal for Gemalto and how Atos' bid accelerated negotiations. He speaks with Mark Barton on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."

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