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RHEINMETALL AG (RHM.BE)


Berlin - Berlin Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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66.97-0.66 (-0.98%)
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Previous close67.63
Open66.97
Bid62.83 x 22000
Ask63.33 x 22000
Day's range66.97 - 66.97
52-week range60.90 - 69.97
Volume30
Avg. volume24
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  • Reuters2 months ago

    German economy ministry questions purchase of U.S. military planes

    Germany's economic ministry has questioned a defence ministry plan to buy U.S. transport planes, proposing instead the purchase of a Brazilian aircraft that could trigger orders for German firms. A state secretary in Germany's economic ministry, Brigitte Zypries, told lawmakers in a letter that she had made the suggestion to her counterpart at the defence ministry after a visit to an Embraer facility in Brazil. Zypries said Embraer presented its own KC-390 transport aircraft as a "very convincing" alternative to the purchase of Lockheed Martin Corp C-130J transport planes proposed by Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen, according to a copy of the letter viewed by Reuters.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    UK to fast-track deal to buy German armoured vehicles -report

    LONDON, Oct (HKSE: 3366-OL.HK - news) 15 (Reuters) - Britain's Ministry of Defence wants to fast-track the purchase of 800 armoured vehicles from Germany because it fears that the fall in the value of sterling could lead to unconfirmed projects being cancelled, the Times newspaper reported on Saturday. A ministry spokeswoman said a decision had not been taken on the strategy for purchasing mechanised infantry vehicles, or MIV. Citing unnamed defence industry sources, the Times said the purchase of a fleet of eight-wheeled armoured vehicles from a consortium led by Germany's Rheinmetall (LSE: 0NI1.L - news) would cost 3 billion pounds ($3.73 billion).