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Beiersdorf AG (BEIG.DE)

BEIG.DE on Xetra

93.52EUR
19 Oct 2018
Change (% chg)

€1.14 (+1.23%)
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About

Beiersdorf AG is a Germany-based manufacturer of chemical consumer goods, with a focus on personal products and cosmetics. The Company operates through two business segments: Consumer and tesa. The Consumer business segment provides skin and beauty care products, such as all-purpose skin creams, face, body and hand creams, lip... (more)

Buy/Sell

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2.93 Mean rating from 29 analysts

Overall

Beta: 0.61
Market Cap(Mil.): €22,813.56
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 252.00
Dividend: 0.70
Yield (%): 0.77

UPDATE 1-Beiersdorf's deputy CEO to take top job from Jan. 1

* Beiersdorf regained market share under Heidenreich (Adds chairman quote, background)

Beiersdorf promotes De Loecker to CEO post from Jan. 1

BERLIN, Oct 15 Beiersdorf, the maker of Nivea skin creme, is promoting current deputy chief executive Stefan De Loecker to the top job from Jan. 1 after reaching an amicable agreement with Stefan Heidenreich, who has been CEO since 2012.

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Beiersdorf to appoint De Loecker CEO in December - manager magazin

BERLIN Beiersdorf , the maker of Nivea lotions, will appoint current deputy chief executive Stefan De Loecker as CEO effective from December, German monthly manager magazin reported on Thursday.

Beiersdorf to appoint De Loecker CEO in December -manager magazin

BERLIN, Sept 20 Beiersdorf, the maker of Nivea lotions, will appoint current deputy chief executive Stefan De Loecker as CEO effective from December, German monthly manager magazin reported on Thursday.

UPDATE 3-Heatwave fuels Beiersdorf sales of sunscreen, deodorant

* Shares reverse early losses to trade slightly higher (Adds CEO comments)

Beiersdorf raises 2018 sales guidance

BERLIN, Aug 7 German consumer goods firm Beiersdorf raised its 2018 sales guidance to 5 percent from 4 percent after its organic sales growth accelerated in the second quarter.

German stocks - Factors to watch on August 7

BERLIN, Aug 7 The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Tuesday:

UPDATE 1-Morgan Stanley Infrastructure bids to take over Germany's VTG

FRANKFURT, July 16 Morgan Stanley Infrastructure announced a cash takeover offer for rail logistics group VTG on Monday after securing a large stake from German billionaire Klaus Michael Kuehne.

UPDATE 5-Thyssenkrupp board to seek new CEO after Hiesinger quits

* Says to search for new CEO "structured process" (Adds foundation comment, analyst comment, fund manager comment)

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Energie -0.76%
Rohstoffe -0.67%
Industrie -0.68%
Konjunktur abhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +1.68%
Konjunktur unabhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +0.08%
Finanzindustrie -0.78%
Pharma -0.38%
Technologie +0.33%
Telekommunikation +1.40%