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Vonovia SE (VNAn.DE)

VNAn.DE on Xetra

44.15EUR
19 Feb 2019
Change (% chg)

€-0.08 (-0.18%)
Prev Close
€44.23
Open
€44.13
Day's High
€44.37
Day's Low
€43.92
Volume
1,050,259
Avg. Vol
1,312,849
52-wk High
€44.89
52-wk Low
€36.45

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About

Vonovia SE is a Germany-based residential real estate company. It manages business via three segments: Rental, Value-add Business and Sales. The Rental segment combines business activities aimed at value-enhancing management of the properties. The Value-add Business segment comprises customer-oriented services, which are related... (more)

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2.12 Mean rating from 24 analysts

Overall

Beta: 0.35
Market Cap(Mil.): €17,449.08
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 485.10
Dividend: 1.12
Yield (%): 3.11

CORRECTED (OFFICIAL)-German stocks - Factors to watch on Dec. 6

BERLIN, Dec 6 The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Thursday:

UPDATE 1-Vonovia to cut back on modernisation projects as core profit jumps 13 pct

* Proposes dividend of 1.44 EUR per share, up 0.12 EUR (Recasts, adds details on modernisation projects, quote)

Vonovia forecasts higher earnings in 2019

BERLIN, Dec 6 Vonovia forecast higher earnings next year as its acquisition of Sweden's Victoria Park and strong demand for housing in cities helped it post a 13 percent rise in core profit in the first nine months.

German stocks - Factors to watch on Oct. 12

BERLIN, Oct 12 The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Friday:

BRIEF-Vonovia Buys Stake in Residential Portfolio From SNCF As Part Of Consortium

* AS PART OF A CONSORTIUM, VONOVIA WILL ACQUIRE A 10% STAKE IN A 4,000 UNIT RESIDENTIAL PORTFOLIO FROM SNCF GROUP

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Germany plans tax incentives to encourage housing construction

BERLIN The German government plans to back new tax incentives on Wednesday to encourage private developers to build new rental flats in a drive to tackle a drastic shortage of affordable housing aggravated by a record influx of refugees and migrants.

Germany plans tax incentives to encourage housing construction

BERLIN, Sept 17 The German government plans to back new tax incentives on Wednesday to encourage private developers to build new rental flats in a drive to tackle a drastic shortage of affordable housing aggravated by a record influx of refugees and migrants.

UPDATE 2-Vonovia to pause on acquisitions after M&A spree

* Ups 2018 profit forecast to 1.05-1.07 bln from 1.03-1.05 bln euros

German stocks - Factors to watch on August 31

FRANKFURT, Aug 31 The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Friday:

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