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Siemens AG

SIEGn.DE

Latest Trade

100.70EUR

Change

0.06(+0.06%)

Volume

1,876,105

Today's Range

98.50

 - 

101.44

52 Week Range

58.77

 - 

120.66

As of on the XETRA ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
100.64
Open
98.62
Volume
1,876,105
3M AVG Volume
38.77
Today's High
101.44
Today's Low
98.50
52 Week High
120.66
52 Week Low
58.77
Shares Out (MIL)
812.77
Market Cap (MIL)
85,544.00
Forward P/E
--
Dividend (Yield %)
3.88

Next Event

Full Year 2020 Siemens AG Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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About Siemens AG

Siemens AG is a Germany-based technology company. It operates through seven segments: Digital Industries, which offers products and system solutions for automation used in discrete and process industries; Smart Infrastructure, which supplies and intelligently connects energy systems and building technologies; Gas and Power, which offers products, solutions and services for generating electricity, for producing and transporting oil and gas, as well as for downstream and oil and gas-related operations; Mobility, which combines all Siemens businesses in the area of passenger and freight transportation; Siemens Healthineers, which supplies technology to the healthcare industry and engages in diagnostic imaging and laboratory diagnostics; Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, which designs,and produces wind turbines, and sales wind farms, and Financial Services (SFS), which offers leasing solutions and equipment, project and structured financing in the form of debt and equity investments.

Industry

Misc. Capital Goods

Contact Info

Werner-von-Siemens-Strasse 1

80333

Germany

+49.89.63600

https://www.siemens.com/global/de/

Executive Leadership

Jim Hagemann Snabe

Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board - Shareholder Representative

Joe Kaeser

Chairman of the Management Board, President, Chief Executive Officer

Roland Busch

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Labor Director, Member of the Management Board

Birgit Steinborn

Independent First Deputy Chairwoman of the Supervisory Board, Employee Representative

Werner Wenning

Independent Second Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board - Shareholder Representative

Key Stats

2.00 mean rating - 28 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2017

83.0K

2018

83.0K

2019

86.8K

2020(E)

57.5K
EPS (EUR)

2017

7.230

2018

6.860

2019

6.320

2020(E)

5.467
Price To Earnings (TTM)
18.23
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.29
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.87
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
10.38
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
105.10
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
92.65
Return on Investment (TTM)
5.05
Return on Equity (TTM)
3.12

Latest News

Latest News

Siemens, Carlyle near $2.4 billion deal over Flender business: Bloomberg

U.S. buyout group Carlyle Group Inc <CG.O> is nearing an agreement to acquire Siemens AG's <SIEGn.DE> mechanical drive arm Flender, for about for about 2 billion euros ($2.37 billion), Bloomberg News https://bloom.bg/35ylyvj reported citing sources.

Siemens launches local power trading platform with German utility

German technology group Siemens and utility Allgaeuer Ueberlandwerk (AUEW) on Thursday launched a trading platform that allows small rooftop solar energy producers to trade power locally with other households and businesses.

Macquarie, Siemens units create U.S. distributed energy joint venture

Units of Macquarie Group <MQG.AX> and Siemens AG <SIEGn.DE> are forming a venture named Calibrant Energy, that will invest in the emerging energy-as-a-service (EaaS) sector in the United States, according to a joint statement on Monday.

Slimmer Siemens to shy away from massive deals after Energy spin off: source

Siemens <SIEGn.DE> does not see an urgent need for massive acquisitions to build up its size again after floating its turbine business Siemens Energy <ENR1n.DE> on Monday, a source close to the company said.

Siemens Energy mulls plan for exiting coal activities: Welt am Sonntag

Siemens Energy is working on plans to exit technologies tied to coal-fired power stations, Siemens Chief Executive Joe Kaeser told Welt am Sonntag.

Siemens sees market value of energy spin-off above $20 bln-source

Siemens expects Siemens Energy to reach a market value of significantly more than 17 billion euros ($19.98 billion) when it floats on the Frankfurt stock exchange next week, a source close to the company said.

Siemens Energy plans deeper cost cuts to boost margins

Siemens Energy has raised its savings target in an effort to raise profit margins only weeks before it will be spun off from parent Siemens and gain its own stock market listing.

Siemens Energy to close sites after spin-off: source

Siemens Energy, the power division being spun off from parent Siemens <SIEGn.DE> next month, plans to close plants in an effort to raise margins, a person close to the company said.

Siemens Energy to close sites after spin-off -source

Siemens Energy, the power division to be spun off from parent Siemens next month, is seeking to cut its production network in a bid to raise margins, a person close to the company said.

Siemens forecasts modest sales growth as speeds up cost cuts

Siemens expects a "modest" improvement in orders and revenue in the months ahead, as the German engineering group tackles the coronavirus downturn by speeding up cost savings.

Siemens beats forecasts for industrial profit

Siemens posted better-than-expected industrial profit for its third quarter as the German engineering group weathered the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Siemens announces changes to managing board

Siemens <SIEGn.DE> announced changes to its managing board on Wednesday as the German engineering giant prepares for life after Chief Executive Joe Kaeser.

Brazilian waste management firm finds cost-cutting users in pandemic

A month-old Brazilian company's machines that use bacteria to break down organic waste has found users among domestic upscale supermarket Natural da Terra, units of Reckitt Benckiser <RB.L> and Siemens AG <SIEGn.DE>, and logistics firm Luft, its chief executive said on Thursday...

Siemens to let staff spend less time in the office permanently

Germany's Siemens has decided to let its employees work from wherever they want for two or three days a week, in the latest example of how the coronavirus is making major companies re-think how and where their staff work.

France's Alstom reports 27% slump in first-quarter sales

France's Alstom, which has agreed to buy Bombardier's transport unit, reported on Thursday a slump of 27% in first-quarter sales as coronavirus lockdown measures slowed rolling stock sales recognition while a traffic decline hit its services and signalling division.

Deutsche Bahn to buy 30 Siemens trains for one billion euros: sources

German state-owned rail operator Deutsche Bahn has agreed to buy 30 high-speed trains from Siemens <SIEGn.DE> for around 1 billion euros ($1.13 billion), company sources told Reuters on Monday.

BRIEF-Siemens CEO Says Not Planning To Cut Any Jobs Due To Coronavirus Crisis - Sueddeutsche Newspaper

* CEO SAYS WE ARE NOT PLANNING TO CUT ANY JOBS DUE TO CORONAVIRUS CRISIS Source text for Eikon: [https://tinyurl.com/yaxx2zw2] Further company coverage: (Berlin Speed Desk)

MEDIA-Bombardier, Hitachi, Siemens in fray for India's railway signalling tender - Business Standard

- Note: Reuters has not verified this story and does not vouch for its accuracy

Siemens sees up to 20% drop in business in April-June quarter, CFO tells Boersenzeitung

German engineering company Siemens saw the volume of business contract by as much as 20% in the three months to June and activity in 2021 would stay below 2019 levels, the chief financial officer told Boersenzeitung (BoeZ).

Siemens, Salesforce aim to sell products for COVID-19 back-to-work plans

Siemens and U.S. software developer Salesforce will work together on products to help companies' employees get back to work while following rules to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, the firms said on Tuesday.

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