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Wirecard AG (WDI.DE)

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0.6109+0.0141 (+2.36%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous close0.5968
Open0.6540
Bid0.6000 x 37100
Ask0.6005 x 20900
Day's range0.5950 - 0.6639
52-week range0.5800 - 145.6000
Volume1,507,440
Avg. volume2,309,542
Market cap75.486M
Beta (5Y monthly)-0.26
PE ratio (TTM)0.16
EPS (TTM)3.8970
Earnings date05 Nov 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date19 Jun 2019
1y target est205.49
  • Reuters

    Wirecard North America sold to Syncapay in deal backed by Centerbridge, Bain

    The deal is backed by private investment management firm Centerbridge Partners, which is making a majority equity investment in Syncapay, and existing Syncapay shareholders like Bain Capital Ventures and Silversmith Capital Partners, the statement added. Wirecard North America had put itself up for sale late in June after its troubled parent firm filed for insolvency.

  • Wirecard scandal drives German coalition to tighter oversight
    Reuters

    Wirecard scandal drives German coalition to tighter oversight

    Germany's coalition government agreed a package of reforms to financial and accounting rules aimed at avoiding another Wirecard scandal on Wednesday, but opposition lawmakers said it lacked detail on scope and timing. Finance Minister Olaf Scholz and Justice Minister Christine Lambrecht from the Social Democrats (SPD) said the reform plan had been agreed with the conservative-led chancellery and economy ministry, confirming an earlier Reuters report. Lawmakers have launched a parliamentary inquiry in an effort to force the government to reveal more about the failure to avert Germany's biggest post-war corporate fraud, pressuring Scholz who is the SPD candidate to replace Chancellor Angela Merkel in next year's federal election.

  • Germany’s stock exchange proposes tougher rules after Wirecard scandal
    Yahoo Finance UK

    Germany’s stock exchange proposes tougher rules after Wirecard scandal

    The Wirecard scandal has left German financial regulators red-faced.