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Sulzer AG (SUN.S)

SUN.S on Swiss Exchange

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About

Sulzer AG is a Switzerland-based company engaged in pumping solutions rotating equipment maintenance, as well as separation, reaction, and mixing technology for the oil and gas, power, and water industries. The Company operates three business divisions. The Pumps division develops and supplies centrifugal pumps and agitators for... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.84
Market Cap(Mil.): CHF3,964.16
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 34.26
Dividend: 3.50
Yield (%): 3.03

Financials

  SUN.S Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 67.20 27.43 28.06
EPS (TTM): 1.72 -- --
ROI: 2.29 7.83 5.55
ROE: 3.10 9.20 5.84

BRIEF-Sulzer confirms 2017 outlook, Q1 order intake CHF 757.6 mln

* In the first quarter of 2017, achieved an order intake of 757.6 million Swiss francs ($762.79 million) compared with 684.6 million francs in the same period of the previous year

1:07am EDT

BRIEF-Sulzer completes acquisition of Ensival Moret

* Announces that it has completed the acquisition of Ensival Moret, a part of Moret Industries Source text - http://bit.ly/2kPPdeO Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

Feb 01 2017

BRIEF-Sulzer in exclusive discussions to acquire Ensival Moret

* Says Ensival Moret, whose main manufacturing facilities are based in France and Belgium, achieved sales of EUR 115 million (chf 123 million) in 2015 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting By Zurich newsroom)

Nov 28 2016

CORRECTION -Swiss may curb loophole allowing payments to avoid jail time

ZURICH, Nov 1 Switzerland may make it tougher for offenders to buy their way to freedom by revising a 2007 law that once helped Russian billionaire Viktor Vekselberg settle allegations that he broke stock market disclosure rules.

Nov 01 2016

Swiss may curb loophole allowing payments to avoid jail time

ZURICH Switzerland may make it tougher for offenders to buy their way to freedom by revising a 2007 law that once helped Russian billionaire Victor Vekselberg settle allegations that he broke stock market disclosure rules.

Nov 01 2016

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