|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||84.92 - 85.87|
|52-week range||67.74 - 86.35|
|PE ratio (TTM)||22.33|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.92 (1.08%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
KION Group AG (KGX GR) is a German multinational manufacturer of materials handling equipment, specializing in forklift trucks, warehouse equipment, and industrial trucks.
Oil prices fell nearly 1 percent on Monday on concerns that the cutting of ties with Qatar by top crude exporter Saudi Arabia and other Arab states could hamper a global deal to reduce oil production. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain closed transport links with top liquefied natural gas (LNG) and condensate shipper Qatar, accusing it of supporting extremism and undermining regional stability.
The two parties set to take power in Canada's Pacific province of British Columbia vowed on Tuesday to block Kinder Morgan Inc (Frankfurt: 2KD.F - news) 's plans to expand an oil pipeline, setting up a fight with energy-rich Alberta and the federal government. The Greens and left-leaning New Democrats, or NDP, who have sealed a deal to unseat Liberal Premier Christy Clark following an inconclusive election, oppose plans to almost triple the capacity of the Trans Mountain line's capacity. Prolonged battles over Trans Mountain and other crude pipelines are raising questions over the viability of new energy projects in British Columbia.
Oil prices settled a bit higher on Tuesday as expectations of an extension to OPEC-led supply cuts overshadowed a White House proposal to sell half of U.S. petroleum reserves. U.S. light crude was up 34 cents at $51.47.
The entire Wells Fargo board of directors was reelected after a bruising, rowdy annual meeting where shareholders castigated the bank's leadership over a fake accounts scandal
Oil prices fell about 1 percent on Friday as worries about rising U.S. supplies outweighed OPEC pledges to boost compliance with output curbs. But crude prices were on track for a weekly rise as traders ...
LONDON/MUMBAI, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Britain's Vodafone Group (NasdaqGS: VOD - news) confirmed on Monday it was in talks to merge its Indian subsidiary with local rival Idea Cellular in an all-share deal that would create a new market leader better able to contest a brutal new price war. Vodafone, the world's second-largest cellphone operator, has endured a tumultuous ride since it entered India in 2007, with fierce competition and a high-profile tax battle making a business contributing more than 10 percent of its revenues and profits its most unpredictable by far. "There is no certainty that any transaction will be agreed, nor as to the terms or timing of any transaction," Vodafone said on Monday of its talks with Idea.
American Airlines became the latest carrier to point to an uptick in business travel after the US presidential election, with particular strength in the financial, industrial and entertainment sectors ...