SBGSF - Schneider Electric S.E.

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86.075
-1.205 (-1.381%)
At close: 11:31AM EDT
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Previous close87.280
Open86.075
Bid0.000 x 0
Ask0.000 x 0
Day's range86.075 - 86.075
52-week range65.050 - 87.830
Volume300
Avg. volume201
Market cap49.22B
Beta1.13
PE ratio (TTM)21.74
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-dividend date2016-05-05
1y target estN/A
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  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Third time lucky as Aveva agrees 3 bln pound software deal with Schneider

    France's Schneider Electric (EUREX: SND1.EX - news) will take a 60 percent stake in an enlarged industrial software business worth about 3 billion pounds after agreeing to combine with Britain's Aveva Group (Frankfurt: A1W0MM - news) at the third time of asking. Jean-Pascal Tricoire, chairman and CEO of Schneider Electric (Brussels: BE0941746704.BR - news) , said the combined company would be better placed to serve a wide range of industries and its enhanced capacity would also benefit investors. The British company's chief executive James Kidd said he was confident the merger would get over the line this time after two failed attempts to do a deal since 2015.

  • Aveva to merge with Schneider in £3bn deal
    Sky Newslast month

    Aveva to merge with Schneider in £3bn deal

    Aveva, the FTSE 250 engineering software group, has agreed a £3bn-plus merger with the software arm of France's Schneider Electric (EUREX: SND1.EX - news) . The tie-up creates one of the UK's biggest listed software companies with combined revenues of around £658m and earnings of some £146m. The deal - revealed by Sky News earlier this week - will effectively constitute a reverse takeover of Aveva with Schneider folding its software business into its British peer's operations in return for a majority 60% stake in the enlarged group.

  • Schneider Electric to buy British software firm Aveva
    AFPlast month

    Schneider Electric to buy British software firm Aveva

    French electrical equipment maker Schneider Electric has agreed to combine its industrial software business with British firm Aveva in the third attempt to merge the two companies in as many years.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    BUZZ-Aveva: Over 3-yr high on software tie-up with Schneider

    ** Aveva Group up 25.6 pct at multi-yr high after tie-up with Schneider Electric ** Aveva agrees to combine with Schneider's software business to create a London-listed leader in industrial software worth ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    European shares up, led by financials, health stocks; Aveva gains on Schneider deal

    European shares crept higher on Tuesday, brushing off geopolitical tension as attention turned to deal-making after Aveva's tie-up with Schneider Electric. Financials and health stocks underpinned broader ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Britain's Aveva to tie-up with Schneider Electric in software deal

    British engineering software company Aveva Group said on Tuesday it had agreed to combine with Schneider Electric's software business, creating a London-listed software firm worth more than 3 billion pounds. ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Britain's Aveva set to unveil Schneider deal - source

    British engineering software company Aveva is poised to announce a tie-up with France's Schneider Electric (EUREX: SND1.EX - news) to create a business worth more than 3 billion pounds ($3.9 billion), a source close to the matter told Reuters. The deal is expected to be confirmed as soon as Tuesday morning and will be structured as a reverse takeover in which Schneider will take a majority stake in Aveva, with shareholders in the British company receiving more than 800 pence per share in cash, the source said. Aveva, founded in 1967 as a spin-off from Cambridge University, provides software for the oil, shipping and power sectors.

  • FTSE-250 software group Aveva to unveil £3bn Schneider merger
    Sky Newslast month

    FTSE-250 software group Aveva to unveil £3bn Schneider merger

    Aveva, the FTSE-250 engineering software group, will this week unveil a £3bn-plus merger with the software arm of France’s Schneider Electric (EUREX: SND1.EX - news) – consummating a courtship that began in 2015. Sky News can reveal that Aveva and Schneider Electric are expected to announce on Tuesday that they have reached agreement on a deal to create one of the UK's biggest listed software companies. Aveva's board is understood to be recommending the deal to its shareholders.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Britiain's Aveva set to unveil 3 bln pound Schneider merger- Sky News

    British engineering software company Aveva Group is set to unveil a 3 billion pound-plus merger with the software arm of France's Schneider Electric, Sky News reported on Monday. The deal is expected to ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    UPDATE 2-Schneider Electric expands in North America with Asco deal, raises revenue target (July 27)

    French electrical component and energy management group Schneider Electric (EUREX: SND1.EX - news) said on Thursday it was buying automatic transfer switch (ATS) maker Asco Power Technologies for $1.25 billion and raising its full-year revenue target. The all-cash acquisition of Asco, part of Vertiv, aims to boost Schneider's presence in North America and marks a shift in focus back to low voltage control for buildings after talks to buy British software business Aveva Group (Frankfurt: A1W0MM - news) failed in 2016.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Schneider Electric expands in North America with Asco deal, raises revenue target

    French electrical component and energy management group Schneider Electric (EUREX: SND1.EX - news) said on Thursday it was buying automatic transfer switch (ATS) maker Asco Power Technologies for $1.25 billion and raising its full-year revenue target. The all-cash acquisition of Asco, part of U.S. company Emerson Electric (NYSE: EMR - news) , aims to boost Schneider's presence in North America and marks a shift in focus back to low voltage control for buildings after talks to buy British software business Aveva Group (Frankfurt: A1W0MM - news) failed in 2016.

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