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Infineon Technologies AG (IFXGn.DE)

IFXGn.DE on Xetra

21.05EUR
13 Dec 2019
Change (% chg)

€0.34 (+1.67%)
Prev Close
€20.70
Open
€21.00
Day's High
€21.30
Day's Low
€20.88
Volume
8,426,231
Avg. Vol
6,795,310
52-wk High
€21.61
52-wk Low
€13.42

About

Infineon Technologies AG is a Germany-based designer, developer and manufacturer of semiconductors and related system solutions. The Company operates through four segments: Automotive, Industrial Power Control, Power Management & Multimarket, and Chip Card & Security. The Automotive segment designs, develops, manufactures and... (more)

Buy/Sell

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2.21 Mean rating from 29 analysts

Overall

Beta: 1.20
Market Cap(Mil.): €25,892.75
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,250.86
Dividend: 0.27
Yield (%): --

Factbox: Sensor specialist AMS' bid to buy lighting group Osram

VIENNA Austrian sensor specialist AMS succeeded on Friday with its 4.6 billion euro ($5.07 billion) takeover bid for German lighting group Osram at the second attempt, acquiring more than the 55% of shares required.

FACTBOX-Sensor specialist AMS' bid to buy lighting group Osram

VIENNA, Dec 6 Austrian sensor specialist AMS succeeded on Friday with its 4.6 billion euro ($5.07 billion) takeover bid for German lighting group Osram at the second attempt, acquiring more than the 55% of shares required.

UPDATE 2-European shares jump 1% as report revives U.S.-China trade optimism

* French telecoms group Orange slides on dividend outlook (Updates to close, adds portfolio manager's comment)

European shares stabilise after four-day losing streak

Dec 4 European shares edged higher on Wednesday, after a four-day slump, as gains in technology stocks and encouraging China services sector data helped offset more worries around the U.S.-China trade dispute.

UPDATE 2-European shares clock sixth weekly gain on trade cheer

* Salmon producers Mowi and Salmar slide on DoJ subpoenas (Updates to close, changes quote, adds news items)

European shares poised for sixth weekly gain, aided by trade optimism

Nov 15 European shares were on course for a sixth straight weekly gain on Friday, following a record close on Wall Street as bullish comments from a White House official on a U.S.-China trade deal boosted trade-sensitive miners, technology stocks and automakers.

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German data, earnings nudge Europe near four-year highs; Madrid lags

European shares climbed back to a four-year high on Tuesday as positive German investor sentiment data and a slew of upbeat earnings lifted the mood, but Spanish stocks lagged after socialist and far-left parties joined forces to form a coalition.

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German data, earnings nudge Europe near four-year highs; Madrid lags

European shares climbed back to a four-year high on Tuesday as positive German investor sentiment data and a slew of upbeat earnings lifted the mood, but Spanish stocks lagged after socialist and far-left parties joined forces to form a coalition.

UPDATE 2-German data, earnings nudge Europe near 4-year highs; Madrid lags

* All eyes on Trump speech on trade (Updates with market close, adds news items)

Märkte

  • U.S.
  • Europa
  • Asien
  • Branchen

Branchenüberblick

Energie +0.24%
Rohstoffe +0.50%
Industrie +0.54%
Konjunktur abhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +0.62%
Konjunktur unabhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +0.21%
Finanzindustrie +0.15%
Pharma +0.50%
Technologie -0.02%
Telekommunikation +1.13%

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