Linde AG (LING.DE)

LING.DE on Xetra

15 Aug 2014
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Linde AG is a Germany-based company engaged in the gas and engineering sectors. It operates three divisions: Gases; Engineering (core divisions), as well as Gist. The Gases Division includes Healthcare, producing medical gases; and Tonnage, as its two global business units; as well as the two business areas Merchant and Packaged... (more)


Beta: 0.78
Market Cap (Mil.): €28,482.18
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 185.73
Dividend: 3.00
Yield (%): 1.96


  LING.DE Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 22.28 34.03 195.62
EPS (TTM): 6.88 -- --
ROI: 5.46 5.72 14.84
ROE: 10.11 6.38 17.09
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UPDATE 1-Linde Q2 profits weighed down by stronger euro

* Shares indicated flat from Monday's close (Adds further details on currency effects, CEO comment, background)

29 Jul 2014

BRIEF-Linde says to build large-scale ethylene plant with Bechtel

June 27 - Linde AG : * Says Bechtel-Linde consortium to build large-scale ethylene plant at baytown

27 Jun 2014

Update-Moody's upgrades Linde AG to A2 from A3; outlook stable

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16 Jun 2014

BRIEF-Linde announces ethylene technology partnership with Siluria Technologies

FRANKFURT, June 2 - Linde AG : * Says Siluria Technologies and Linde announce ethylene technology partnership

02 Jun 2014

Germany's Linde open to smaller purchases -report

* Q1 oper. profit hit by falling dollar, other currencies

17 May 2014

NORDIC STOCKS - Factors to watch on April 28

HELSINKI, April 28 - The following stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Monday:

28 Apr 2014

Linde, Neste Oil to invest 100 mln euros in Porvoo refinery

HELSINKI, April 28 - German industrial gases maker Linde will build a hydrogen production unit at Neste Oil's Porvoo, southern Finland, refinery, Neste Oil said on Monday.

28 Apr 2014

Fracking with CO2 to replace water a distant goal, GE says

NISKAYUNA, New York, April 7 - Carbon dioxide, used for years to force crude oil out of old wells, likely will not replace water in fracking anytime soon because of technical challenges and limited infrastructure, says General Electric Co , which is studying the issue under a $10 billion research program.

07 Apr 2014

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