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Voestalpine AG (VOE.VI)

Vienna - Vienna Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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18.90-0.29 (-1.51%)
As of 10:58AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close19.19
Bid18.88 x 19300
Ask18.90 x 41200
Day's range18.81 - 19.28
52-week range17.07 - 35.28
Avg. volume464,233
Market cap3.374B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.38
PE ratio (TTM)2.59
EPS (TTM)7.30
Earnings date09 Nov 2022
Forward dividend & yield1.20 (6.64%)
Ex-dividend date14 Jul 2022
1y target est28.24
  • Reuters

    Voestalpine warns outlook depends on continued gas supplies

    Austria's Voestalpine warned on Thursday that it expected a significant cooling of the economy in the second half of its fiscal year and said its earnings guidance depended on Europe continuing to receive sufficient supplies of natural gas. The rail, energy and aerospace sectors, meanwhile, should continue to show positive momentum, and strong order books by carmakers indicate that demand from the automotive industry will be at least stable during the remainder of the fiscal year, Voestalpine said.

  • EQS Group

    voestalpine AG: voestalpine posts record performance in Q1 2022/23

    EQS-News: voestalpine AG / Key word(s): Quarterly / Interim Statementvoestalpine AG: voestalpine posts record performance in Q1 2022/23 04.08.2022 / 07:30 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Revenue for Q1 2022/23 rises 37.7% year over year to EUR 4.6 billion (Q1 2021/22: EUR 3.4 billion) EBITDA is EUR 879 million (Q1 2021/22: EUR 522 million) EBIT doubles year over year, from EUR 332 million to EUR 693 million Profit before tax is EUR 670 million (Q1 2021/22:

  • Reuters

    Steelmaker Voestalpine builds up gas reserve to tackle shortfalls - CEO

    Voestalpine has built up sufficient gas reserves to safeguard three months of production should there be an emergency hit to supplies, the Austrian steelmaker's chief executive said in an article published on Saturday. "We reached our goal this week and saved the entire amount," Herbert Eibensteiner told Der Standard in an interview. "In an emergency, this quantity gives us the time we need to process orders and shut down the directly affected production areas in a controlled manner."