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A.P. Møller - Mærsk A/S (MAERSK-B.CO)

Copenhagen - Copenhagen Real-time price. Currency in DKK
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9,940.00+142.00 (+1.45%)
As of 03:51PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close9,798.00
Open9,800.00
Bid9,938.00 x 0
Ask9,946.00 x 0
Day's range9,786.00 - 10,015.00
52-week range8,412.00 - 14,430.00
Volume15,524
Avg. volume32,492
Market cap154.874B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.18
PE ratio (TTM)6.25
EPS (TTM)1,590.22
Earnings date02 May 2024
Forward dividend & yield515.00 (5.26%)
Ex-dividend date15 Mar 2024
1y target est20,832.70
  • Reuters

    Maersk could offer limited Baltimore barge service

    Denmark's Maersk may resume some shipping services at the U.S. Port of Baltimore when a temporary channel is opened to give access for commercially essential vessels that remain blocked by a collapsed bridge, the company said on Wednesday. "This channel, with a controlling depth of 20 feet, could potentially allow Maersk and other carriers to operate limited barge services into and out of the Port of Baltimore," Maersk said in a statement. The group last Wednesday said the port's alternate shipping channels were not deep enough to accommodate the oceangoing container vessels that Maersk and other carriers use.

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    Maersk's Israel operations continue as normal, company says

    Danish shipping company Maersk on Thursday said all its operations to, from and in Israel were functioning as normal. "At this time, all Maersk operations to, from and within Israel are functioning as normal without disruption," the company said in an advisory to clients on its website.

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    Baltimore's alternate shipping channels not deep enough, Maersk says

    The Baltimore port's alternate shipping channels are not deep enough to accommodate the oceangoing container vessels that Maersk and other carriers use, the Danish shipping group said in a statement on Wednesday. A container vessel chartered by Maersk collided with a major bridge in the U.S. port of Baltimore's harbour last month, causing the structure to collapse. Maersk in its statement said there had been some media reports of another alternate channel slated to open later in April that would be able to accommodate larger vessels.