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Continental AG (CONG.DE)

CONG.DE on Xetra

86.36EUR
3 Jul 2020
Change (% chg)

€-1.40 (-1.60%)
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About

Continental AG is a Germany-based company engaged in the automotive sector. The Company's segments include Chassis & Safety, Powertrain, Interior, Tires, ContiTech and Other/consolidation. The Chassis & Safety division develops, produces and markets intelligent systems. The Chassis & Safety division develops, produces and... (more)

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2.93 Mean rating from 28 analysts

Overall

Beta: 1.44
Market Cap(Mil.): €17,272.52
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 200.01
Dividend: 3.00
Yield (%): 3.47
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German authorities search Continental, VW as part of diesel probe

BERLIN German prosecutors have extended their diesel emissions probe to include auto supplier Continental for its role in supplying engine components, searching the company's offices and those of automaker Volkswagen, the companies said on Wednesday.

German authorities search Continental, VW as part of diesel probe

BERLIN, July 1 German prosecutors have extended their diesel emissions probe to include auto supplier Continental for its role in supplying engine components, searching the company's offices and those of automaker Volkswagen, the companies said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 3-European shares end turbulent day lower as Fed nerves kick in

* Just Eat Takeaway bottoms out STOXX 600 (Adds details, updates to close)

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Daily Briefing: Fed up

LONDON Stock markets seem keen to return to the black after Tuesday's stumble. Europe has opened 0.7% higher and U.S. futures are up around half a percent. But focus today is squarely on the U.S. Federal Reserve; while it is expected to maintain its interest rate and leave its asset purchase policy unchanged, the question is: will it act to cap longer-dated borrowing costs?

MORNING BID-Fed up

LONDON, June 10 Stock markets seem keen to return to the black after Tuesday's stumble. Europe has opened 0.7% higher and U.S. futures are up around half a percent. But focus today is squarely on the U.S. Federal Reserve; while it is expected to maintain its interest rate and leave its asset purchase policy unchanged, the question is: will it act to cap longer-dated borrowing costs?

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Continental CEO warns staff of job, costs cuts - Wirtschaftswoche

BERLIN German automotive supplier Continental must save hundreds of millions of euros in costs and will probably have to lay off workers due to a slump in demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic, WirtschaftsWoche cited the CEO as saying.

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Continental CEO warns staff of job, costs cuts - Wirtschaftswoche

BERLIN German automotive supplier Continental must save hundreds of millions of euros in costs and will probably have to lay off workers due to a slump in demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic, WirtschaftsWoche cited the CEO as saying.

UPDATE 1-Continental CEO warns staff of job, costs cuts - Wirtschaftswoche

BERLIN, June 10 German automotive supplier Continental must save hundreds of millions of euros in costs and will probably have to lay off workers due to a slump in demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic, WirtschaftsWoche cited the CEO as saying.

Continental CEO warns staff of job, costs cuts - Wirtschaftswoche

BERLIN, June 10 German automotive supplier Continental must save hundreds of millions of euros in costs and will probably have to lay off workers due to a slump in demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic, WirtschaftsWoche cited the CEO as saying.

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  • Europa
  • Asien
  • Branchen

Branchenüberblick

Energie -0.12%
Rohstoffe +0.08%
Industrie -0.08%
Konjunktur abhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen -0.23%
Konjunktur unabhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen -0.10%
Finanzindustrie -0.03%
Pharma +0.06%
Technologie +0.22%
Telekommunikation -0.11%