SIEMENS.BO - Siemens Limited

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965.15
+17.25 (+1.82%)
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Previous close947.90
Open940.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range933.00 - 972.60
52-week range933.00 - 1,470.00
Volume14,845
Avg. volume14,088
Market cap343.763B
Beta1.37
PE ratio (TTM)30.24
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield7.00 (0.72%)
Ex-dividend date2018-01-25
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters7 days ago

    Siemens, Alstom rail merger triggers EU concerns and investigation

    Siemens and Alstom's plan to create a Franco-German rail champion could reduce competition and lead to higher fares for travellers, EU antitrust regulators said on Friday as they opened a full-scale investigation into the deal. German industrial group Siemens and French rival Alstom announced the planned rail merger in September last year, an industrial boost for French President Emmanuel Macron which, however, has triggered criticism from opposition politicians. Paris said the tie-up would protect jobs but critics fear French loss of control of the iconic TGV high-speed train.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

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  • Reuters11 days ago

    Siemens, Alstom deal faces full-scale EU antitrust probe - sources

    BRUSSELS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Siemens and Alstom are set to face a full-scale EU antitrust investigation this week after declining to provide concessions to allay regulatory concerns about their plan to combine their rail operations, two people familiar with the matter said. German industrial group Siemens and French rival Alstom want to create a Franco-German rail champion to compete more effectively with bigger rival CRRC and Canada's Bombardier Transportation. The companies had until July 6 to offer concessions to the European Commission but did not do so.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Siemens inks deal with Alibaba to launch digital products in China

    Siemens has agreed with online giant Alibaba to use the Chinese company's cloud infrastructure to roll out its digital operating system MindSphere, the German engineering group said on Monday. Siemens and Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Alibaba, have signed a memorandum of understanding to launch so-called Internet of Things (IoT) products that connect hundreds of different manufacturing devices in China. The deal will help upgrade China's industry, Siemens said in a statement.

  • Siemens inks deal with Alibaba to launch digital products in China
    Business Insider UK11 days ago

    Siemens inks deal with Alibaba to launch digital products in China

    Siemens has agreed with online giant Alibaba to use the Chinese company's cloud infrastructure to roll out its digital operating system MindSphere, the German engineering group said on Monday. The deal was among a raft of Sino-German commercial accords worth some 20 billion euros ($23.51 billion) signed on Monday, with the countries' leaders reiterating commitments to a multilateral global trade order despite a looming trade war with the United States. Siemens and Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Alibaba, have signed a memorandum of understanding to launch so-called Internet of Things (IoT) products that connect hundreds of different manufacturing devices in China.

  • Siemens inks deal with Alibaba to launch digital products in China
    Business Insider UK11 days ago

    Siemens inks deal with Alibaba to launch digital products in China

    Siemens has agreed with online giant Alibaba to use the Chinese company's cloud infrastructure to roll out its digital operating system MindSphere, the German engineering group said on Monday. The deal was among a raft of Sino-German commercial accords worth some 20 billion euros ($23.51 billion) signed on Monday, with the countries' leaders reiterating commitments to a multilateral global trade order despite a looming trade war with the United States. Siemens and Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Alibaba, have signed a memorandum of understanding to launch so-called Internet of Things (IoT) products that connect hundreds of different manufacturing devices in China.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    UK businesses perk up a little but caution reigns -BCC

    British companies perked up after a weak start to the year but they are still reluctant to invest ahead of Brexit and pessimism is widespread, a major business survey showed on Monday. The British Chambers of Commerce's (BCC (Shenzhen: 002455.SZ - news) ) Quarterly Economic Survey, the largest of its type, showed Britain's economy remained fairly muted overall. The industry group questioned the need for higher interest rates from the Bank of England, after comments from Governor Mark Carney last week boosted expectations of a rate hike in August.

  • Reuters - UK Focus15 days ago

    UK retail says no-deal Brexit will see "food rotting at ports"

    The British government and the European Union must avoid a no-deal Brexit "at all costs" as this would clog up food supplies, raise prices and throw retailers out of business, the UK retail industry's lobby group said on Thursday. The warning from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) came a day before British Prime Minister Theresa May hosts ministers at her country residence to try to reach agreement on how to push on with the all-but-stalled Brexit talks. In a letter to May and the EU's Brexit negotiator Michel (Euronext: MLRAM.NX - news) Barnier, BRC chairman Richard Pennycook said failure to reach a deal that protects the free flow of goods after Brexit on March 29, 2019, would harm both UK consumers and EU-based producers.

  • Reuters - UK Focus16 days ago

    Carmaker Jaguar says 'bad Brexit' would mean it could not stay in UK

    Britain's biggest carmaker Jaguar Land Rover said on Wednesday a so-called "hard Brexit" would cost it 1.2 billion pounds ($1.59 billion) a year, curtailing its future operations in the United Kingdom. "We urgently need greater certainty to continue to invest heavily in the UK and safeguard our suppliers, customers and 40,000 British-based employees," JLR's Chief Executive Ralf Speth said in a statement. Speth's comments come ahead of a meeting this Friday between Prime Minister Theresa May and her cabinet ministers to decide on strategy for Britain to negotiate its way out of the European Union, ending a 40-year trading relationship.

  • Reuters - UK Focus19 days ago

    Three quarters of big UK firms downbeat on Brexit -Deloitte survey

    A record 75 percent of major British companies are now pessimistic about Brexit, a survey showed on Monday, adding to signs of anxiety around the economy as Britain's divorce with the European Union draws near. Weak investment and waning expectations for sales marked Deloitte's latest quarterly survey of chief financial officers (CFOs), watched by the Bank of England as a gauge of business confidence. The proportion of CFOs who said Brexit was likely to hurt the business environment was up from 68 percent in the previous Deloitte CFO survey published in April.

  • Reuters - UK Focus24 days ago

    A third of European firms to cut investment because of Brexit -survey

    One in three European firms plans to cut investment spending as a result of Brexit and more than one-tenth of those with operations in Britain expects to pull out of the country entirely, according to a survey by Swiss bank UBS (LSE: 0QNR.L - news) . Half of the companies do not expect Britain leaving the European Union to change their investment plans, the survey of 600 euro zone firms, published on Tuesday, showed.

  • Reuters - UK Focus25 days ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Politics and borders: from Trump to Brexit

    Harley-Davidson's decision to shift some of its production out of the United States to avoid retaliatory EU tariffs is an early victory for the European response to Donald Trump's steel and aluminium tariffs. Then there is Brexit.

  • Jeremy Hunt: Businesses criticising Brexit progress are 'completely inappropriate'
    Sky News26 days ago

    Jeremy Hunt: Businesses criticising Brexit progress are 'completely inappropriate'

    Jeremy Hunt has accused companies of being "completely inappropriate" for going public with fears about the progress of Brexit. The health secretary said interventions from the likes of Airbus only increased the chance Britain would end up with a "fudge". On Friday, the aerospace giant announced it was making plans to leave the UK in the event of a "no deal" Brexit.

  • Reuters - UK Focus27 days ago

    Thousands join London march to demand Brexit deal referendum

    Around 100,000 supporters of the European Union marched through central London on Saturday (Shenzhen: 002291.SZ - news) to demand that the British government hold a final public vote on the terms of Brexit, organisers said. Despite some confusion over what Brexit will actually mean there has been no clear change of heart.

  • Reuters - UK Focus27 days ago

    EU supporters march in London to call for Brexit deal referendum

    Thousands of supporters of the European Union gathered in central London on Saturday (Shenzhen: 002291.SZ - news) to call on the British government to hold a final public vote on the terms of Brexit. Two years after the country voted 52 to 48 percent to leave the world's biggest trading bloc, polls show political divisions over Brexit are entrenched and, despite some confusion over what Brexit will mean, there has been no clear change of heart. A Survation poll earlier this week found that 48 percent of respondents supported a referendum on the final deal, while 25 percent were opposed.

  • Reuters29 days ago

    Siemens to merge industrial units in overhaul - sources

    German engineering group Siemens (SIEGn.DE) plans to trim the number of its industrial divisions to try to increase profitability, a person familiar with the matter said. The Munich-based conglomerate will reduce the units in its core industrial operations to three from five and its supervisory board has already discussed the changes, the source told Reuters on Thursday. The changes will take effect on Oct. 1, the start of Siemens' new financial year, one of the sources said.

  • Reuters29 days ago

    Siemens to pare number of industrial units in revamp -Manager Magazin

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Siemens (SIEGn.DE) Chief Executive Joe Kaeser will present plans in August to reduce the number of industrial divisions at the engineering group to boost efficiency, Germany's Manager ...

  • Reuterslast month

    Siemens CEO dismisses report of large turbines unit sell-off

    Siemens Chief Executive Joe Kaeser dismissed a report the German engineering company was considering selling off its struggling large turbines business as "media speculation" on Tuesday. Kaeser said Siemens planned to improve the unit's performance but declined to say directly if he wanted to keep it. "This is media speculation and in our view there is no need to comment on media speculation," Kaeser told Reuters on the sidelines of an event in Zurich.

  • Reuterslast month

    EU regulators to include Chinese rival in review of Siemens, Alstom deal

    EU regulators reviewing a plan by Siemens (SIEGn.DE) and Alstom (ALSO.PA) to merge their rail operations will take into account competitive pressure from Chinese rival CRRC, Europe's antitrust chief said on Monday. Industrial group Siemens and Alstom are seeking to create a Franco-German champion in the rail industry, better able to compete with bigger rival CRRC and Bombadier Transportation.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    LIVE MARKETS-Morning snapshot: Europe on the back foot

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  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    LIVE MARKETS-Early morning headline roundup

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  • Siemens pilots the use of ammonia for green energy storage
    The Guardianlast month

    Siemens pilots the use of ammonia for green energy storage

    Siemens hopes its green ammonia plant can better established storage technology, such as lithium-ion batteries. A chemical compound commonly used to boost crop yields could be the answer to helping the world increase its consumption of renewable energy. In a world first, Siemens is opening a £1.5m pilot project in Oxfordshire employing ammonia as a new form of energy storage.

  • Reuterslast month

    Siemens wins £1.5 billion contract to build new London Tube trains

    A division of Germany's Siemens (SIEGn.DE) has been awarded a contract worth about 1.5 billion pounds to design and build 94 new trains for the Piccadilly Line on London's metropolitan train network, known as the Tube. Transport for London (TfL), the public body in charge of the Tube, said the award of the contract would allow Siemens Mobility Limited to push ahead with its plan to build a new factory in Goole, east Yorkshire, in northern England. "The Siemens Mobility Limited factory would employ up to 700 people in skilled engineering and manufacturing roles, plus up to an additional 250 people during the construction phase of the factory," TfL said in a statement.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Siemens wins $2 bln contract to build new London Tube trains

    A division of Germany's Siemens (Berlin: 29783751.BE - news) has been awarded a contract worth about 1.5 billion pounds ($2 billion) to design and build 94 new trains for the Piccadilly Line on London's metropolitan train network, known as the Tube. Transport for London (TfL), the public body in charge of the Tube, said the award of the contract would allow Siemens Mobility Limited to push ahead with its plan to build a new factory in Goole, east Yorkshire, in northern England. "The Siemens Mobility Limited factory would employ up to 700 people in skilled engineering and manufacturing roles, plus up to an additional 250 people during the construction phase of the factory," TfL said in a statement.

  • Reuterslast month

    Siemens to mull sale of gas turbine business: Bloomberg

    (Reuters) - Siemens AG is considering strategic options including a potential sale of its struggling business that makes large gas turbines for power plants, Bloomberg https://bloom.bg/2LOJJuf reported ...

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