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Umicore S.A. (UMI.BR)

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45.36-0.37 (-0.81%)
As of 4:52PM CET. Market open.
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Previous close45.73
Open45.46
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range45.01 - 46.25
52-week range27.18 - 49.28
Volume381,077
Avg. volume681,635
Market cap10.911B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.15
PE ratio (TTM)47.35
EPS (TTM)0.96
Earnings date11 Feb 2021
Forward dividend & yield0.62 (1.37%)
Ex-dividend date21 Aug 2020
1y target est46.18
  • Globe Newswire

    Umicore - Disposal of own shares

    Article 8:6 of the Royal Decree of 29 April 2019, which implements the new Belgian Code of Companies and Associations as of 01/01/2020, stipulates that any disposal of own shares has to be made public. In application of this Article, Umicore declares that following the exercise of stock options by its employees within the framework of the Umicore Incentive Stock Option Plan, it has since 01/01/2020 disposed of Umicore shares OTC in view of deliveries of these shares to the relevant employees. Umicore also disposed of own shares in the context of share grants to the Management and Supervisory Board. Please find below the overview of the transactions for the period 04/01/2021 – 08/01/2021: Date and time of disposal Incentive Stock Option PlanNumber of disposed sharesExercise price (€)4/01/2021 9:22ISOP 20172,50025.500 4/01/2021 10:27ISOP 20151,00017.289 4/01/2021 15:02ISOP 20142,00015.797 4/01/2021 16:25ISOP 20145,00016.490 4/01/2021 0:00ISOP 20174,00025.500 5/01/2021 9:00ISOP 20142,87516.490 5/01/2021 9:19ISOP 20164,00016.632 5/01/2021 11:28ISOP 20147,00016.143 5/01/2021 11:42ISOP 20144,50016.143 5/01/2021 13:42ISOP 20151,00017.289 5/01/2021 14:10ISOP 20171,00025.500 6/01/2021 9:03ISOP 20164,00016.632 6/01/2021 9:03ISOP 201550017.289 6/01/2021 14:15ISOP 20152,50017.289 6/01/2021 15:59ISOP 201412,00016.143 6/01/2021 16:28ISOP 20162,00016.632 6/01/2021 16:52ISOP 20145,00016.143 6/01/2021 16:52ISOP 201550017.289 6/01/2021 16:52ISOP 20152,50017.289 6/01/2021 17:27ISOP 20171,00025.500 7/01/2021 9:00ISOP 20145,00016.143 7/01/2021 9:01ISOP 20145,00016.143 7/01/2021 10:45ISOP 20143,00016.143 7/01/2021 10:45ISOP 201650016.632 7/01/2021 12:14ISOP 20151,00017.289 7/01/2021 15:54ISOP 20143,00016.143 7/01/2021 16:43ISOP 20145,00016.143 8/01/2021 9:00ISOP 20172,25025.500 8/01/2021 9:03ISOP 20165,00016.632 8/01/2021 9:03ISOP 20171,00025.500 8/01/2021 9:36ISOP 20156,00017.289 8/01/2021 12:17ISOP 20171,00025.500 8/01/2021 15:37ISOP 20171,50025.500 8/01/2021 16:19ISOP 201650016.632 8/01/2021 17:04ISOP 201750025.500 8/01/2021 17:06ISOP 20144,50016.143 8/01/2021 17:25ISOP 20151,00017.289 8/01/2021 0:00ISOP 201410,00016.143 The complete overview of all disposals of own shares by Umicore since 01/01/2020 can be found here. For more information Investor Relations Eva Behaeghe         +32 2 227 70 68                                     eva.behaeghe@umicore.com Aurélie Bultynck      +32 2 227 74 34                                   aurelie.bultynck@umicore.com

  • Globe Newswire

    Umicore’s response to the article and documentary published by the RTBF about radioactive waste in Belgium

    Following the report broadcast by RTBF on 9 December about radioactive waste management in Belgium, Umicore wishes to correct the data that was presented in an erroneous or misleading manner during the broadcast. First, it is essential to clarify that the levels of radioactivity as measured by Greenpeace near the Umicore plant in Olen are very low and, contrary to the insinuations made during the broadcast, do not in any way constitute a threat to human health or the environment. In fact, Greenpeace recorded levels of radioactivity of 1 to 10 microsieverts per hour, which is between one hundredth and one thousandth of the exposure reference not to be exceeded on an annual basis. In other words, one would have to stand still between 100 and 1,000 hours on this walking trail to reach the reference value. By way of comparison, medical x-ray imagery exposes us to 5,000 microsieverts, or 500 to 5,000 times more than the measurements taken in Olen. In the report, there is confusion between measurements expressed in millionths of a Sievert (microsievert) and reference values expressed in thousandths of a Sievert (millisievert) which is likely to mislead the public. Furthermore, the comparison made during the report between the cost of treating radioactive waste from nuclear power plants and the residues stored at the Umicore site in Olen is irrelevant. Waste from nuclear power plants is category C waste (according to the classification of the International Atomic Energy Agency) which is highly radioactive and generates significant heat. This waste has to be buried at a depth of several hundred meters, which explains the particularly high cost of its treatment. The residues present on the Umicore site (essentially category A residues and a small quantity of category B resulting from production stopped since 1970) are of very low radioactivity and are stored according to the guidelines set out by the relevant federal agencies. Strict inspections are carried out regularly by these agencies. The provisions set aside by Umicore to meet its obligations are sufficient and any insinuations to the contrary are unfounded. Finally, Umicore answered all the questions asked by the RTBF contrary to what was claimed during the broadcast. The company is managing the environmental legacy of decades of industrial activity in a transparent, proactive and responsible manner and deplores that erroneous or misrepresented data have been disseminated in this way.  For more information Media Relations  Marjolein Scheers                                    +32 2 227 71 28                                    marjolein.scheers@umicore.com                                                                            Investor Relations Eva Behaeghe                                               +32 2 227 70 68                             eva.behaeghe@umicore.com  Aurélie Bultynck                                             +32 2 227 74 34                             aurelie.bultynck@umicore.com

  • Globe Newswire

    Umicore: Interim dividend to be paid on 25 August

    As previously announced on 31 July 2020, the Supervisory Board approved a gross interim dividend of € 0.25 per share (ISIN BE0974320526). This represents a dividend of € 0.175 net of withholding tax.The interim dividend will be paid out on Tuesday 25 August 2020.The share will be traded ex coupon as from Friday 21 August 2020. The record date will be Monday 24 August 2020.The System Paying Agent designated for the payment of the 2020 interim dividend is:KBC Bank                                                                 Havenlaan / Avenue du Port, 2                                   1080   BrusselsMore information can be found on:                              http://www.umicore.com/en/investors/share-information/dividend-information/ For more informationInvestor RelationsEva Behaeghe +32 2 227 70 68                                     eva.behaeghe@umicore.com