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voestalpine AG (VOES.VI)

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voestalpine AG is an Austria-based holding company engaged in the production and distribution of steel and related products. The Company operates, along with its subsidiaries, in four divisions: the Steel Division focuses on the production and processing of flat steel products for the automotive, white goods, and construction... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.87
Market Cap(Mil.): €8,494.74
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 176.35
Dividend: 1.10
Yield (%): 2.28

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 21.28 15.25
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 3.72 33.27
ROE: -- 5.25 16.35

BRIEF-Voestalpine plans to cut costs by 300 mln eur again next yr -CEO

* VOESTALPINE CEO EDER SAYS COMPANY PLANS TO CUT COSTS BY 300 MILLION EUR AGAIN IN 2018-2019 BUSINESS YEAR, NO JOB CUTS PLANNED Further company coverage:

Nov 30 2017

UPDATE 1-Steelmaker Voestalpine upbeat on global economic upswing

VIENNA, Nov 8 Austrian speciality steelmaker Voestalpine expects sales and earnings to rise further in the first half of next year, supported by a global economic upswing, its chief executive said on Wednesday.

Nov 08 2017

Voestalpine's Q2 core profit rises on auto industry demand

VIENNA, Nov 8 Austria's speciality steelmaker Voestalpine reported a rise in second-quarter core profit that was largely in line with analyst expectations, driven by robust demand for its products from the automotive and consumer goods industries.

Nov 08 2017

Unit of Austria's Voestalpine seeks year-long cobalt deal in race for supply

LONDON, Oct 27 Austrian specialty steel firm Boehler wants to buy cobalt in a year-long contract rather than buying monthly, two industry sources said on Friday, as rising demand from electric car makers has complicated its normal purchase patterns.

Oct 27 2017

BRIEF-Voestalpine's Texas plant reduces group emissions by 5 pct -CEO

* Voestalpine CEO Eder says at investor conference in Vienna that Texas plant is set to reduce Voest's CO2 emissions by around 5 percent, would be first site to switch to hydrogen once possible Further company coverage:

Oct 19 2017

German cartel authorities investigate Austria's Voestalpine

VIENNA Austrian specialty steelmaker Voestalpine said Germany's antitrust regulator raided its headquarters in Linz on Tuesday as part of an investigation into steel producers.

Sep 12 2017

UPDATE 1-German cartel authorities investigate Austria's Voestalpine

VIENNA, Sept 12 Austrian specialty steelmaker Voestalpine said Germany's antitrust regulator raided its headquarters in Linz on Tuesday as part of an investigation into steel producers.

Sep 12 2017

German cartel authorities investigate Austria's Voestalpine

VIENNA, Sept 12 Austrian specialty steelmaker Voestalpine said the German federal cartel office raided its office in Linz on Tuesday as part of its investigations into steel producers.

Sep 12 2017

Voestalpine's Texas plant reopens after hurricane shutdown

VIENNA, Sept 8 Austrian specialty steelmaker Voestalpine said on Friday its direct reduction plant in Texas had fully resumed operation after it was shut down for several days due to hurricane Harvey.

Sep 08 2017

Voestalpine CEO sees strong demand for car parts boosting profit

LINZ, Austria Austrian speciality steel maker Voestalpine expects continued strong demand from car makers to lift full-year revenue by at least 6 percent and help earnings increase "significantly", its chief executive said on Thursday.

Aug 24 2017

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