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Adyen NV (ADYEN.AS)

ADYEN.AS on Amsterdam Stock Exchange

698.00EUR
18 Jul 2019
Change (% chg)

€12.00 (+1.75%)
Prev Close
€686.00
Open
€681.80
Day's High
€700.20
Day's Low
€672.00
Volume
142,806
Avg. Vol
92,792
52-wk High
€758.90
52-wk Low
€410.00

About

Adyen NV, formerly Adyen BV, is provider of mobile, online and point-of-sale (POS) payment solutions based in the Netherlands. It operates an online platform enabling merchants to accept payments internationally and from all sales channels, such as online shops, mobile payments from applications and Websites, and POS, such as... (more)

Overall

Beta: --
Market Cap(Mil.): €20,302.89
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 29.60
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

MOVES-Fintech startup TransferWise adds Adyen CFO, former Netflix CFO to its board

NEW YORK, July 18 Money transfer startup TransferWise has appointed Adyen NV Chief Financial Officer Ingo Uytdehaage and former Netflix Inc CFO David Wells and to its board, the company said on Thursday.

18 Jul 2019

Dutch firm Adyen starts selling card reader machines in Brazil

SAO PAULO, May 22 Dutch payments firm Adyen NV is looking to expand in Brazil beyond online transactions through card reader machines, an executive said on Wednesday.

23 May 2019

European shares end a choppy Brexit-led session with a whimper

LONDON European shares ended flat on Tuesday after a choppy session during which hopes British Prime Minister Theresa May would win support for her plans for an orderly Brexit in an evening vote in Parliament gradually faded.

12 Mar 2019

UPDATE 2-European shares end a choppy Brexit-led session with a whimper

LONDON, March 12 European shares ended flat on Tuesdat after a choppy session during which hopes British Prime Minister Theresa May would win support for her plans for an orderly Brexit in an evening vote in Parliament gradually faded.

12 Mar 2019

Dutch fintech firm Adyen's second-half earnings surge 83 pct

AMSTERDAM, Feb 27 Adyen,, the Dutch company which processes payments for many of the world's largest tech firms, reported an 83 percent jump in second-half core earnings on Wednesday.

27 Feb 2019

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