|Bid||134.56 x 44200|
|Ask||134.56 x 100000|
|Day's range||129.66 - 135.32|
|52-week range||95.07 - 167.00|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.15|
|PE ratio (TTM)||12.09|
|Earnings date||16 Nov 2023|
|Forward dividend & yield||4.25 (3.27%)|
|Ex-dividend date||10 Feb 2023|
|1y target est||140.00|
Siemens AG (SIEGY) closed the most recent trading day at $70.64, moving -0.28% from the previous trading session.
The Siemens Foundation said on Wednesday it will make a $30-million, 10-year investment in workforce development in the United States focused on the fast-growing electric vehicle charging sector where tens of thousands of workers will be needed this decade. "The number of jobs needed there is tremendous and it's immediate," said David Etzwiler, CEO of the foundation, the non-profit arm of German technology giant Siemens' U.S. operations. The Siemens Foundation is partnering with the North Carolina Business Committee for Education and the Michigan-based Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Training Program (EVITP).
BERLIN (Reuters) -Siemens Energy's problems at its onshore wind turbine business could cost the company up to 4.5 billion euros ($4.9 billion), Germany's Manager Magazin reported on Wednesday citing unidentified sources. Siemens Energy shocked markets in late June when it announced several problems at Siemens Gamesa, one of the world's biggest wind turbine makers, just weeks after it fully acquired the business it had only partly owned. Earlier this month, the company announced 2.2 billion euros in charges, including 1.6 billion euros to fix the onshore wind problems - short of analysts' worst-case estimates but still casting doubt over whether it would keep the business.