|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's range||155.13 - 156.39|
|52-week range||127.36 - 166.95|
|PE ratio (TTM)||34.15|
|Earnings date||25 Jul 2018 - 30 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||3.30 (2.12%)|
|1y target est||172.38|
Today we’re going to take a look at the well-established Praxair Inc (NYSE:PX). The company’s stock received a lot of attention from a substantial price movement on the NYSE overRead More...
German industrial gases company Linde and U.S. peer Praxair have offered concessions in a bid to address EU antitrust concerns and secure approval for their merger. The companies submitted their offer ...
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - German industrial gases company Linde (LING.DE) and U.S. peer Praxair (PX.N) have offered concessions in a bid to address EU antitrust concerns and secure approval for their merger. ...
Taiyo would likely take over the European assets, while Carlye is more interested in the U.S. package.
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Praxair, Inc. announced today that it has been recognized by Worthington Industries, Inc. , a leading global diversified metals manufacturing company, as its 2017 Supplier of the Year.
NEW YORK/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corp and private equity firm Carlyle Group have emerged as frontrunners to buy assets that gases groups Linde and Praxair need to divest to seal their planned merger, people close to the matter said. Taiyo is in the frame to bag the European package, while Carlyle would take the U.S. assets, they said. The two deals could clear the way to secure the $83 billion all-share merger of equals that Munich-based Linde and Danbury, Connecticut-based Praxair struck to create a global leader in gas distribution, with revenues of almost $29 billion and 88,000 staff.
NEW YORK/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corp and private equity firm Carlyle Group (CG.N) have emerged as frontrunners to buy assets that gases groups Linde (LIN1.DE) and Praxair (PX.N) need to divest to seal their planned merger, people close to the matter said. Taiyo is in the frame to bag the European package, while Carlyle would take the U.S. assets, they said. The two deals could clear the way to secure the $83 billion all-share merger of equals that Munich-based Linde and Danbury, Connecticut-based Praxair struck to create a global leader in gas distribution, with revenues of almost $29 billion and 88,000 staff.
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Brazil's antitrust regulator on Wednesday approved the $80 billion merger of gas group Linde AG and Praxair Inc, as long as the companies go ahead with an undisclosed asset sale plan. Reuters reported ...
FRANKFURT/LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Industrial gas companies Linde AG (LING.DE) and Praxair Inc (PX.N) have slashed the bidding pool for the more than $4 billion (£3 billion) worth of assets they are jointly selling in a move that will favour Japan's Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corp , people familiar with the matter said on Friday. The sellers want strategic buyers for European operations, to help win antitrust approval for their planned $80 billion merger, said the people, who were not authorized to comment publicly on negotiations. A joint bid by private equity fund CVC Capital Partners Ltd [CVC.UL] and gases company Messer Group GmbH may still be on the table, while private equity investors Carlyle Group LP (CG.O), Onex Corp (ONEX.TO) and Blackstone Group LP (BX.N) may only bid for the U.S. operations, two of the sources said.
Industrial gas companies Linde AG and Praxair Inc have slashed the bidding pool for the more than $4 billion worth of assets they are jointly selling in a move that will favor Japan's Taiyo Nippon Sanso ...
So far, the number of analysts tracking Praxair has remained constant in 2018. Currently, 20 analysts are tracking Praxair. Among the analysts, 65% recommended a “buy,” 35% recommended a “hold,” and none of the analysts recommended a “sell.”
As of June 6, Praxair’s current dividend yield was 2.0%—a decline compared to the first-quarter dividend yield of 2.3%. Air Products and Chemicals (APD), LyondellBasell (LYB), and International Flavors and Fragrances (IFF) have dividend yields of 2.7%, 3.8%, and 2.2%, respectively. Praxair’s current dividend yield is the lowest among its peers.
On June 6, Praxair (PX) traded ex-dividend. Praxair is expected to pay the dividend on June 15. For the second quarter, Praxair declared a dividend of $0.83 per share, which represents an increase of ~4.8% compared to the previous year.
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Strengthening end markets, growing U.S. and global economy, and increasing applications of industrial gases are likely to boost demand for Praxair's (PX) products in the quarters ahead.
Praxair, Inc. (PX), a leading global industrial gas company, has been named to the DiversityInc 2018 list of Noteworthy Companies for Diversity for the third consecutive year. This distinction is awarded to companies that have shown continued momentum in diversity and inclusion practices. Companies were reviewed based on their performance in four target areas: Talent Pipeline, Talent Development, Leadership Accountability and Supplier Diversity.
In November 2017, Praxair, Inc. announced its surface technologies business would offer a limited number of in-kind grants to select North American universities involved in metal additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing.
On May 16, the board of Air Products and Chemicals (APD) made an announcement regarding its quarterly dividend. At the end of its fiscal second quarter, APD had 220.8 million outstanding shares. If APD doesn’t engage in share buybacks before the record date, it will be spending ~$242.9 million in the form of dividend payments.
Linde AG and Praxair Inc. are poised to get a so-called statement of objections listing potential reasons for the European Union’s antitrust regulator to block their proposed $46 billion merger, according to three people familiar with the EU review. Companies can argue with the European Commission, the EU’s regulatory arm, in writing and at a closed-door hearing and seek to allay potential problems with concessions. Linde and Praxair set hard limits on divestments when they first hashed out their merger plan, capping what they would sell and fixing an October deadline to get antitrust approvals.
Praxair, Inc. (PX) has been named one of the 500 best U.S. companies to work for by Forbes in 2018. The company has been recognized as an employer of choice since the list was first published in 2015. “We are proud to again be recognized as one of the best employers in the U.S. by Forbes,” said David Strauss, vice president and chief human resources officer for Praxair.
Praxair, Inc. (PX), a recognized global leader in sustainable development, placed 17th on Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s 100 Best Corporate Citizens List for 2018. This is the sixth consecutive year the company has been recognized. The list recognizes leadership and achievements based on performance in seven categories: environmental, climate change, human rights, employee relations, corporate governance, philanthropy and financial performance.