Continental AG (CONG.DE)

CONG.DE on Xetra

202.75EUR
23 Jan 2015
Change (% chg)

€1.20 (+0.60%)
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€201.55
Open
€203.00
Day's High
€206.00
Day's Low
€201.50
Volume
965,062
Avg. Vol
570,184
52-wk High
€206.00
52-wk Low
€136.85

CONG.DE

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About

Continental AG is a Germany-based holding company and automotive industry supplier. The Company operates in five business segments: Chassis and Safety segment, that develops and produces systems for the automotive industry; Powertrain segment, that integrates system solutions for the powertrain and vehicles of all categories;... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.53
Market Cap(Mil.): €40,551.21
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 200.01
Dividend: 2.50
Yield (%): 1.23

Financials

  CONG.DE Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 18.90 15.48 18.73
EPS (TTM): 10.73 -- --
ROI: 12.43 17.45 16.41
ROE: 22.30 21.91 20.52
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UPDATE 1-U.S. agency plans to add automatic brakes to auto safety assessment

WASHINGTON, Jan 22 - The U.S. auto safety regulator plans to change its vehicle safety ratings program to include automatic emergency braking systems, putting pressure on automakers to add those features to new cars and trucks, Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said on Thursday.

22 Jan 2015

Schaeffler shifts 34 percent Continental stake off balance sheet

FRANKFURT, Jan 20 - German auto supplier Schaeffler AG said on Tuesday a 34 percent stake in rival Continental AG had been shifted off the books, in a step that simplifies the shareholder structure ahead of a possible stock market listing.

20 Jan 2015

Google partners with auto suppliers on self-driving car

DETROIT - Internet search company Google Inc has begun discussions with most of the world's top automakers and has assembled a team of traditional and nontraditional suppliers to speed efforts to bring self-driving cars to market by 2020, a Google executive said on Wednesday.

14 Jan 2015

Google partners with auto suppliers on self-driving car

DETROIT, Jan 14 - Internet company Google Inc has begun discussions with most of the world's top automakers and has assembled a team of traditional and nontraditional suppliers to speed up efforts to bring self-driving cars to market by 2020, a top Google executive said on Wednesday.

14 Jan 2015

RPT-SPECIAL REPORT-Daihatsu dismantling 'Toyota Way' as market changes

IKEDA, Japan, Jan 14 - When Daihatsu Motor Co launched the Mira e:S minicar in 2011, the Toyota affiliate thought it had found a model for emerging markets. The Mira e:S - e for eco, S for smart - was capable of going 30 kilometers on a liter of gasoline (72 mpg) for a sticker price of just 795,000 yen, or $6,637. And indeed, the car was a hit, super-charging Daihatsu's earnings.

13 Jan 2015

Special Report: Daihatsu dismantling 'Toyota Way' as market changes

IKEDA, Japan - When Daihatsu Motor Co launched the Mira e:S minicar in 2011, the Toyota affiliate thought it had found a model for emerging markets. The Mira e:S - e for eco, S for smart - was capable of going 30 kilometers on a liter of gasoline (72 mpg) for a sticker price of just 795,000 yen, or $6,637. And indeed, the car was a hit, super-charging Daihatsu’s earnings.

13 Jan 2015

SPECIAL REPORT-Daihatsu dismantling 'Toyota Way' as market changes

IKEDA, Japan, Jan 14 - When Daihatsu Motor Co launched the Mira e:S minicar in 2011, the Toyota affiliate thought it had found a model for emerging markets. The Mira e:S - e for eco, S for smart - was capable of going 30 kilometers on a liter of gasoline (72 mpg) for a sticker price of just 795,000 yen, or $6,637. And indeed, the car was a hit, super-charging Daihatsu's earnings.

13 Jan 2015

Race to define car of the future shifts into high gear

LAS VEGAS/DETROIT - Automakers and Silicon Valley upstarts are kicking their efforts to define the car of the future into a higher gear, even though many of the players disagree about what that car should be.

07 Jan 2015

U.S., Canadian regulators approve Continental-Veyance deal

WASHINGTON/TORONTO - German auto supplier Continental AG won both U.S. and Canadian antitrust approval to buy Veyance Technologies, a U.S.-based maker of industrial hoses and belting, on condition that it sells certain assets, regulators said on Thursday.

11 Dec 2014

U.S., Canadian regulators approve Continental-Veyance deal

WASHINGTON/TORONTO - German auto supplier Continental AG won both U.S. and Canadian antitrust approval to buy Veyance Technologies, a U.S.-based maker of industrial hoses and belting, on condition that it sells certain assets, regulators said on Thursday.

11 Dec 2014

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