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Hapag Lloyd AG (HLAG.DE)

HLAG.DE on Xetra

35.66EUR
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Change (% chg)

€-0.10 (-0.28%)
Prev Close
€35.76
Open
€35.50
Day's High
€35.70
Day's Low
€35.50
Volume
6,629
Avg. Vol
110,770
52-wk High
€40.20
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€24.81

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About

Hapag Lloyd AG is a Germany-based company primarily engaged in the marine freight and logistics sector. The Company focuses on providing liner services between all continents. Its fleet comprises container vessels with capacity up to 10,500 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU). Its products and services include e-business... (more)

Overall

Beta: --
Market Cap(Mil.): €6,285.19
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 175.76
Dividend: 0.57
Yield (%): 1.59

Financials

  HLAG.DE Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 101.70 16.45 22.81
EPS (TTM): 0.35 -- --
ROI: 0.59 1.26 7.97
ROE: 0.97 1.58 15.35

UPDATE 1-TUI sees healthy summer margins, eyes cruises growth

* Approves new cruises ship for Hapag-Lloyd brand (Adds CEO comments, details on summer bookings)

May 09 2018

TUI confirms FY profit target, approves new ship for Hapag-Lloyd Cruises

BERLIN, May 9 Europe's largest travel and tourism group TUI Group said it had approved construction of another cruise ship for its Hapag-Lloyd cruise business and that summer trading was good as it reported second quarter results.

May 09 2018

Hapag-Lloyd sees calmer waters for shipping industry

HAMBURG Demand for shipping is growing and could outpace the supply of new vessels next year, helping to boost profits at Hapag-Lloyd as it also reaps the benefits of a recent merger, the German company said on Wednesday.

Mar 28 2018

UPDATE 2-Hapag-Lloyd sees calmer waters for shipping industry

* Shares up 2.3 percent (Adds details from press briefing, update shares)

Mar 28 2018

Hapag-Lloyd sees shipping transport demand up, more mergers in 2018

HAMBURG, Jan 18 German shipping group Hapag-Lloyd sees demand for transport growing 4 percent in 2018 and expects more shipping firms to merge in the year, the chief executive said.

Jan 18 2018

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