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Wirecard AG (WDIG.DE)

WDIG.DE on Xetra

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Wirecard AG is a Germany-based provider of electronic payment and risk management applications with focus on the development and provision of technologies and services for payment transactions. It operates through three segments: The Payment Processing and Risk Management (PP&RM) segment accounts for all products and services... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.52
Market Cap(Mil.): €20,536.60
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 123.57
Dividend: 0.18
Yield (%): 0.11

Financials

  WDIG.DE Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 68.84 30.33 23.91
EPS (TTM): 2.41 -- --
ROI: 11.12 9.57 7.81
ROE: 18.38 13.73 12.99

Riding e-commerce wave, Wirecard sees core profits growing sixfold by 2025

MUNICH/FRANKFURT Wirecard , the fintech company that last month joined Germany's DAX blue-chip index, said on Tuesday it expects core profits to grow sixfold by the middle of the next decade thanks to a boom in e-commerce and digital payments.

Oct 09 2018

UPDATE 3-Wirecard spells out vision for further growth to investors

* Shares rise 3 percent (Adds CEO comments to investor event)

Oct 09 2018

Wirecard CEO says 2025 targets are conservative

MUNICH, Oct 9 Wirecard's prediction that profits will grow several times over by the middle of next decade is conservative, CEO Markus Braun said on Tuesday, highlighting new products and channels such as 'voice' commerce as growth drivers.

Oct 09 2018

Wirecard sees core profits growing sixfold by 2025

FRANKFURT, Oct 9 Wirecard, the German fintech company recently admitted to the DAX blue-chip index, said on Tuesday it expects core profits to grow sixfold by the middle of the next decade on the back of a global boom in e-commerce and digital payments.

Oct 09 2018

Breakingviews - Europe’s $50 bln payment upstarts can justify hype

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Europeans often bemoan the lack of home-grown technology groups. Germany’s Wirecard and Netherlands-based Adyen, whose combined value has soared to 43 billion euros, are notable exceptions. They can justify the hype. Wirecard passed a symbolic milestone on Wednesday when the company replaced Commerzbank in Germany’s blue-chip DAX index. The 23 billion euro group is worth more than Deutsche Bank, and trades at 40 times forward EBITDA – roughly double the valu

Sep 10 2018

DAX newcomer Wirecard sees plenty more room for growth

ASCHHEIM, Germany Wirecard, the German fintech company that has ousted Commerzbank from the blue-chip DAX index, has the potential to expand even more rapidly over the next decade, its chief executive said on Thursday.

Sep 06 2018

UPDATE 1-Germany's Commerzbank gets the boot from the DAX index

* Nothing changes for our customers, business - Commerzbank CEO (Updates with details, background, statement from Commerzbank CEO)

Sep 05 2018

UPDATE 2-European shares recover, Atlantia drags Italian stocks lower

* Bayer falls another 4.6 pct on report of new Monsanto lawsuits

Aug 16 2018

Payments firm Wirecard raises outlook as DAX slot beckons

FRANKFURT Wirecard raised its guidance for 2018 profits on Thursday, sending its shares to a record high and underscoring the payments company's rise at the expense of Germany's struggling banks.

Aug 16 2018

UPDATE 2-Payments firm Wirecard raises outlook as DAX slot beckons

* Shares rally 10 pct to record high (Adds detail on outlook, analysts, share price)

Aug 16 2018

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