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Hapag Lloyd AG (HLAG.DE)

HLAG.DE on Xetra

32.50EUR
17 Nov 2017
Change (% chg)

€0.31 (+0.95%)
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€32.19
Open
€32.31
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€33.10
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€31.24
Volume
199,120
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153,190
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€40.20
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Wed, Nov 15 2017

UPDATE 2-Hapag-Lloyd sticks to 2017 outlook, outpacing Maersk

* Shares rise as much as 15 pct (Recasts, adds comments from CEO, shares)

UPDATE 1-Hapag-Lloyd sees dividend on the horizon as shipping markets improve

* More consolidation underway in world market (Adds details from analysts call and interview)

Kuehne raises Hapag-Lloyd shareholding to 17.15 percent

FRANKFURT Logistics entrepreneur Klaus-Michael Kuehne has raised his shareholding in German container shipping line Hapag-Lloyd to 17.15 percent from 14.1 percent, his Swiss-based Kuehne Holding said on Thursday.

Kuehne raises Hapag-Lloyd shareholding to 17.15 pct

FRANKFURT, July 13 Logistics entrepreneur Klaus-Michael Kuehne has raised his shareholding in German container shipping line Hapag-Lloyd to 17.15 percent from 14.1 percent, his Swiss-based Kuehne Holding said on Thursday.

TUI raises 244 million euros from sale of remaining Hapag-Lloyd shares

FRANKFURT Europe's largest tourism group, TUI AG, said it had completed the sale of its remaining shares in container shipper Hapag-Lloyd, raising net proceeds of 244 million euros ($278 million).

TUI raises 244 mln eur from sale of remaining Hapag-Lloyd shares

FRANKFURT, July 11 Europe's largest tourism group, TUI AG, said it had completed the sale of its remaining shares in container shipper Hapag-Lloyd, raising net proceeds of 244 million euros ($278 million).

TUI sheds its stake in Hapag-Lloyd to focus on tourism

FRANKFURT Europe's largest tourism group TUI Group said on Monday it had sold its stake in container shipper Hapag-Lloyd , bringing to a close plans for the sale of non-core businesses in order to focus on its tourism operations.

TUI sheds its stake in Hapag-Lloyd to focus on tourism

FRANKFURT, July 10 Europe's largest tourism group TUI Group said on Monday it had sold its stake in container shipper Hapag-Lloyd, bringing to a close plans for the sale of non-core businesses in order to focus on its tourism operations.

BRIEF-TUI disposes all remaining shares in Hapag-Lloyd

* DISPOSES ALL REMAINING SHARES IN HAPAG-LLOYD AG Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

HAPAG-LLOYD CEO SAYS SET TO COMPLETE INTEGRATION OF UASC BY END-SEPTEMBER/EARLY OCTOBER

HAPAG-LLOYD CEO SAYS SET TO COMPLETE INTEGRATION OF UASC BY END-SEPTEMBER/EARLY OCTOBER

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