Man SE (MANG.DE)

MANG.DE on Xetra

92.97EUR
17 Apr 2014
Price Change (% chg)

€0.32 (+0.35%)
Prev Close
€92.65
Open
€92.83
Day's High
€93.25
Day's Low
€92.44
Volume
46,217
Avg. Vol
77,522
52-wk High
€94.26
52-wk Low
€83.50

MANG.DE

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About

MAN SE is a German manufacturer of commercial vehicles, engines and mechanical engineering equipment. The Company is active within two business areas, which are divided into four main divisions: Commercial Vehicles business area consists of the division MAN Truck & Bus as well as MAN Latin America; and Power Engineering business... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.02
Market Cap (Mil.): €13,667.82
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 147.04
Dividend: 0.14
Yield (%): 3.30

Financials

  MANG.DE Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 16.73 29.49
EPS (TTM): -1.47 -- --
ROI: -1.76 12.19 7.41
ROE: -4.03 15.07 11.02
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UPDATE 2-MAN plans cost cut to help to triple truck profits in medium term

* Aims to more than triple truck-division profit (Adds goal to boost truck-division profit, executive comment)

12 Mar 2014

MAN SE truck sales "weak" in January-February -CEO

MUNICH, March 12 - Germany's MAN SE saw "weak" truck sales in January and February after deliveries rose strongly in last year's final quarter ahead of a 2014 change in emission rules, Chief Executive Georg Pachta-Reyhofen said.

12 Mar 2014

MAN SE eyes profit rebound after plant costs hit 2013 results

MUNICH, March 12 - German truckmaker MAN SE may post a "distinctly higher" operating profit this year than in 2013 when earnings plunged by half on costs of a failed power-plant project.

12 Mar 2014

MAN SE sees no change in European truck sales in 2014

BERLIN, Oct 29 - German truck maker MAN SE expects no change in sales of heavy-duty vehicles in core European markets next year.

29 Oct 2013

UPDATE 1-MAN braces for weak 2014 orders as hauliers rush to buy

* CEO dubious about pull-forward effects, sees no trend reversal (Adds detail on orders, CEO comment)

29 Oct 2013

MAN SE Q3 profit up 1 pct as truck sales rebound

BERLIN, Oct 29 - Germany's MAN SE posted a slight increase in third-quarter operating profit to 189 million euros ($260.55 million) as truck sales rebounded ahead of a change in European emissions standards.

29 Oct 2013

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Analyst Research Reports

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