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Wirecard AG (WDIG.DE)

WDIG.DE on Xetra

115.15EUR
6 Dec 2019
Change (% chg)

€-1.75 (-1.50%)
Prev Close
€116.90
Open
€117.00
Day's High
€117.30
Day's Low
€113.55
Volume
1,466,908
Avg. Vol
1,416,792
52-wk High
€170.70
52-wk Low
€86.00

About

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)

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2.00 Mean rating from 28 analysts

Overall

Beta: 0.46
Market Cap(Mil.): €14,228.58
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 123.57
Dividend: 0.20
Yield (%): 0.17
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Uber denies report it in talks with Germany's Wirecard

BERLIN Ride hailing company Uber denied a German magazine report on Thursday that it was considering hiring Wirecard as its main payments partner to replace Dutch platform Adyen .

UPDATE 1-Uber denies report it in talks with Germany's Wirecard

BERLIN, Nov 21 Ride hailing company Uber denied a German magazine report on Thursday that it was considering hiring Wirecard as its main payments partner to replace Dutch platform Adyen.

Uber says not in talks with Germany's Wirecard

BERLIN, Nov 21 Ride hailing company Uber denied a German magazine report on Thursday that it was considering hiring Wirecard as its main payments partner to replace Dutch platform Adyen.

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Daily Briefing: Nagging doubts

LONDON Not all’s rosy in the garden. Record-high world stock markets stepped back from their latest peaks on Wednesday, fearful that the year-end rally had assumed a U.S.-China trade deal that’s far from guaranteed. A drop in oil prices, poor U.S. retail earnings, declining Japanese exports and an equivocal reaction to the UK election’s first live TV debate all added to a note of caution on Wednesday.

MORNING BID EUROPE-Nagging doubts

LONDON, Nov 20 Not all’s rosy in the garden. Record-high world stock markets stepped back from their latest peaks on Wednesday, fearful that the year-end rally had assumed a U.S.-China trade deal that’s far from guaranteed. A drop in oil prices, poor U.S. retail earnings, declining Japanese exports and an equivocal reaction to the UK election’s first live TV debate all added to a note of caution on Wednesday.

U.S.-China trade friction sends European shares lower

Nov 20 European shares lost further ground on Wednesday, with trade-sensitive sectors taking a hit after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to raise U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods if a deal could not be reached with Beijing.

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Wirecard says 2017 audit of Singapore unit not concluded due to probe

FRANKFURT German payments company Wirecard said restrictions imposed by authorities in Singapore resulted in the local auditor being unable to conclude its 2017 audit, sending the group's shares 8.5% lower in pre-market trading.

German stocks - Factors to watch on November 20

BERLIN/FRANKFURT, Nov 20 The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Wednesday:

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Return of short-selling bans - market protection or 'war against truth'?

NEW YORK/LONDON/ISTANBUL New moves to curb short-selling in some countries have set the stage for a renewed battle between free market advocates and authorities aiming to check investors they see as profiteers who destabilise major companies.

Märkte

  • U.S.
  • Europa
  • Asien
  • Branchen

Branchenüberblick

Energie +0.68%
Rohstoffe +0.93%
Industrie +0.59%
Konjunktur abhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +0.56%
Konjunktur unabhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +0.87%
Finanzindustrie +0.54%
Pharma +0.97%
Technologie +0.28%
Telekommunikation -0.03%

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