Chemring Group PLC (CHG.L)

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Chemring Group PLC is a United Kingdom-based company engaged in the design, manufacture and sale of counter- improvised explosive device (IED) equipment, countermeasures, pyrotechnics and munitions. The Company operates in four business segments: Counter-IED, Countermeasures, Pyrotechnics and Munitions. Counter-IED segment... (more)

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Beta: 0.55
Market Cap (Mil.): £433.95
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 193.30
Dividend: 2.40
Yield (%): 2.76

Financials

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UPDATE 1-Chemring's revenue falls as defence budgets shrink

Sept 17 - Chemring Group Plc, which makes ejector seats for fighter jets and flares used to counter heat-seeking missiles, said quarterly revenue shrunk by a third, hit by defence budget cuts in key markets.

17 Sep 2014

British defence contractor Chemring's third-quarter revenue falls

Sept 17 - British defence contractor Chemring Group Plc's quarterly revenue shrunk by a third as it continued to be hurt by defence budget cuts in its key markets.

17 Sep 2014

UPDATE 3-British defence contractor Chemring CEO Papworth steps down

* Shares fall as much as 12.5 pct, top loser on LSE (Adds analyst comment; updates share movement)

24 Jun 2014

CORRECTED-Chemring half-year profit falls; CEO steps down

(In paragraph 3, corrects underlying pretax profit for the current and earlier periods to 18 mln stg and 25.2 mln stg respectively, not 27 mln stg and 35.1 mln stg)

24 Jun 2014

UPDATE 2-Chemring to sell European munitions business for 167.8 mln euros

* Shares rise as much as 5 percent (Adds CEO comment; updates share move)

24 Apr 2014

Chemring to sell European munitions business for up to 168 mln euros

April 24 - British defence contractor Chemring Group Plc said it would sell its European munitions business to France's Nexter Systems SA for up to 167.8 million euros ($232.1 million) to focus on its core defence technology business.

24 Apr 2014

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