Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Siemens N Ord LSE:SIE London Ordinary Share DE0007236101 SIEMENS ORD SHS
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00 € +0.00% 87.84 € 0.00 € 0.00 € - - - 0 06:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 76,651.0 100.0 265.0 33.1 78,712.89

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Financial Results & Presentations Release Annual Report 2018 (preliminary) Nov 28, 2018 Fourth-quarter results and preliminary figures for fiscal year Nov 08, 2018 Third-quarter results and analyst call Aug 02, 2018 Second-quarter results and analyst call May 09, 2018 Annual Shareholders’ Meeting for fiscal year 2017 Munich, Jan 31, 2018 First-quarter results and analyst call Jan 31, 2018 Siemens Capital Market Day Healthineers Jan 16, 2018 Commerzbank conference New York, Jan 09, 2018
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Energy Majors Hit Hard By Climate Regulations By Leonard Hyman & William Tilles - Nov 20, 2017, 3:00 PM CST Power They say that bad news come in threes. The headlines one day this past week certainly gave credence to that notion—at least for the fossil fuel business. The first news came out of Siemens, a Munich-based industrial conglomerate somewhat akin to the troubled General Electric. After last week’s disastrous news from GE—a 50 percent dividend cut and plans for a complete corporate makeover—we shouldn’t have been surprised. GE’s difficulties weren’t just due to poor business conditions. There has also been too much financial engineering and a history of overpaying for acquisitions. But Siemens made a purely business announcement: It was laying off 6,900 workers due to weak demand for gas turbine electric generators. The industry has the capacity to produce 400 big units per year worldwide, but is producing only 100, and Siemens doesn’t expect demand to bounce back. You can find Leonard Hyman's lastest book ‘Electricity Acts’ on Amazon Understand that the gas turbine is the most efficient and economic fossil fuel generator. And replacement of old coal-fired generation by gas turbines made a major contribution to carbon emission reductions. So, what’s the problem? First, growth in electric sales volume—particularly in the U.S. and Europe—has been tailing off. As a result, the industry needs fewer units to keep up with declining demand growth. Second, citing environmental objections, many equipment buyers don’t want a fossil-fueled unit no matter how efficient. Siemens, recognizing the latter preference, has made substantial investments in renewable energy. Related: OPEC Chairman: Output Cuts Are The ‘’Only Viable Option’’ Second, the Norwegian state sovereign wealth fund, the biggest in the world, has decided to exit its oil investments. There is, of course, no small irony in this development because Norway built up the fund with revenue from the country’s oil fields. Nor in Norway closing its oil fields to help mitigate global warming. Their central bank, which supervises the fund, says that it’s not prudent for Norway (which already relies heavily on oil revenues) to, in effect, double up on the risk by investing oil revenues in various oil stocks. They are just advocating for more portfolio diversification. The bank claims that this decision has nothing to do with its thoughts about the future or sustainability of the oil business; it’s just a matter of portfolio management. Yet, the central bank could have made the same portfolio judgment years ago, and it should have, based on the expressed line of reasoning. So, the question we’re now left with is, do the Norwegians now have our doubts about the oil business? The third item was unveiled at the UN climate conference in Bonn, Germany. The UK and Canada announced a pledge to end coal-fired power generation by 2030. France, Italy, Mexico, the Netherlands, Portugal, New Zealand, Washington State, Ontario and Alberta have pledged support. This withdrawal from coal raises a technology and manufacturing question. There are only a few worldwide electrical equipment manufacturers, like GE and Siemens discussed above. They build products for worldwide markets, not niche or isolated markets. Related: Can Oil Majors Continue To Beat Estimates? Isolated markets with idiosyncratic demands are often left to self-manufacture equipment that has no market elsewhere. Those markets also lose the benefits of economies of scale and standardization (a reason that Britain’s technical love affair with equipment suitable to its own peculiar market needs left the British electricity industry so far behind for so long). You can find Leonard Hyman's lastest book ‘Electricity Acts’ on Amazon These news items serve as a stark warning. Internationally, the market has turned against the most economical of fossil-fueled electric generating equipment. Also, large institutional investors who have benefitted greatly from fossil fuel investments in the past are having second thoughts. And finally, we might be looking at a date certain to end coal-fired electric generation in much of the world. Despite the U.S.'s best efforts, it was a bad week for carbon. By Leonard Hyman and Bill Tilles for
Siemens to cut 6,900 jobs worldwide, half of them in Germany German manufacturing conglomerate Siemens announced on Thursday that it was cutting 6,900 jobs worldwide in response to changes in the energy and commodity sectors. The company says it plans to move as many affected employees as possible to its 3,200 vacant job slots. Kevin Breuninger | @KevinWilliamB Published 3 Hours Ago Updated 3 Hours Ago Hard hats with the lettering 'Siemens' hang on a wall in Nuremberg, southern Germany in a steam turbine plant on June 22, 2017. Getty Images Hard hats with the lettering 'Siemens' hang on a wall in Nuremberg, southern Germany in a steam turbine plant on June 22, 2017. German manufacturing conglomerate Siemens announced on Thursday that it was cutting 6,900 jobs worldwide in response to changes in the energy and commodity sectors. Roughly half of the job cuts will be made in Germany, the company said in a press release, and will be made in the affected industries "over a period of several years." "The cuts are necessary to ensure that our expertise in power-plant technology, generators and large electrical motors stays competitive over the long term. That's the goal behind the measures we're taking," said Janina Kugel, Siemens' chief human resources officer managing board member. Despite the cuts, the company expects its new hire level to remain stable from the current year to 2018, and says it plans to move as many affected employees as possible to its 3,200 vacant job slots. The company says that about 6,100 of the job cuts will be made to its power and gas division worldwide. Siemens' "PG2020" program was implemented in part to anticipate and hedge against the changes in this industry. But while the company says the program has helped it make "considerable progress" in the power and gas industries, the press release concedes that measures "have to be further intensified since the scope and speed of the market changes have increased significantly." Shares of Siemens, which employs about 372,000 people around the world, were little changed following the news. Kevin Breuninger Kevin BreuningerSpecial to
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BARCELONA (Agefi-Dow Jones) - Schneider Electric (SU.FR), an electrical equipment supplier, has a higher growth potential than its competitors ABB (ABBN.EB) or Siemens (SIE.XE) after the publication of a figure robust quarterly business and an upward revision of the group's objectives for the year, says JPMorgan. The bank is encouraged by the particularly strong performance of low voltage and automation solutions for the industry, both of which have exceeded consensus estimates. JPMorgan is not concerned about rising raw material costs, which can, according to the bank, be passed on to customers through price increases, or offset by productivity gains. The Schneider share loses 0.5% to 73.50 euros. -Nathan Allen, Dow Jones Newswires Ed: ECH (END) Dow Jones Newswires October 27, 2017 04:33 ET (08:33 GMT)
Alstom: would also discuss with Siemens. Alstom (EU: ALO) Intraday stock chart Today: Friday 22 September 2017 More Alstom Stock Charts (Alstom), the Alstom share holds the previous day's gains (+ 3.9%) driven by information from Bloomberg on the big topic of the moment in the sector railways: the concentration of actors on both sides of the North Atlantic, which would also affect the French group. In April, the news agency reported that the German industrial conglomerate Siemens, which the Siemens Mobility division gives in railway equipment, was discussing a rapprochement with Bombardier Transport. It is the dedicated subsidiary of the Canadian industrial group, which is also present in the aeronautics industry. Bombardier Transportation is based in Berlin and has many factories in Europe. In particular, Bloomberg believes that two Siemens / Bombardier joint ventures, one dedicated to rolling stock and the other to track and signaling equipment, will be created. Or the contribution of assets by Siemens in exchange for a stake in the capital. Bloomberg added yesterday that Siemens was also discussing, simultaneously and for less time, with the French Alstom. At this stage, the press agency adds, the outcome of one or the other negotiation can not be presumed. It must be said that in both cases, important competition issues would arise.
Alstom: Barclays still appreciates the record Jean-Baptiste André, published on 14/07/2017 at 14h02 Alstom: Barclays still appreciates the record Photo credit © Alstom ( - Alstom remains well oriented (+ 0.2%) this weekend, after taking 2.7% on Thursday in the wake of its quarterly publication. Barclays, which talks about solid orders, confirms its advice "overweight" on the value and its target of 33 euros. The broker appreciates the history of structural growth in rail ... PUBLICITY While rumors of closer ties with Siemens are steadily returning to the forefront, the broker notes that Henri Poupart-Lafarge, Alstom's managing director, confirmed that the investors' call for the consolidation of the sector in Europe But economies of scale are not easy to achieve in the rolling stock sector. Transactions would have taken place much earlier if not ... With an activity that is doing well, management does not want to rush even if it has the flexibility to act ...
( - For the design office AlphaValue, a rapprochement between Siemens and Alstom in transport would have much more meaning than a Siemens-Bombardier marriage. Siemens has in the past shown interest in French, said the analyst, who believes that an operation is possible, on the model Siemens-Gamesa, which would leave Alstom on the stock market. Recent rumors suggested that German and Canadian had progressed on a rapprochement, with a scenario involving two joint ventures, one in rolling stock and the other in signage. But AlphaValue noted that Siemens management was reluctant to discuss the issue, while Bombardier Transport's capital structure seemed inadequate to create joint ventures.
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Siemens looking for $100m investment in Iran's energy sector Siemens is planning huge investment in Iran's oil and gas industries, said vice president for oil and gas of Siemens Industrial Application Division. Peter Adam further said that Siemens is looking for a total investment of $100 million in Iran's energy projects, Shana reported. "We are really surprised by the skill of manpower, the quality of work and its details as well as reasonable price of services in Iran are really extraordinary, when compared with other countries," the senior Siemens official said, adding that good quality, good price and efficient manpower make Iran an ideal place for investment by foreign oil companies. In a relevant development in March 2016, the Iranian industrial group MAPNA and the German equipment manufacturer, Siemens, signed a contract worth $3.5 billion. Elaborating on a visit by a high-ranking Iranian economic delegation, headed by Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian, to Berlin, Deputy Head of Iran's Chamber of Commerce Pedram Soltani said several German companies have shown interest in cooperation and investment in Iran. "A contract was endorsed between the Siemens and MAPNA companies worth $3.5 billion," he added. Soltani also said that in addition to negotiations with other German firms, Tehran is also in serious talks with Bosch company to produce home appliances in Iran. Siemens released the first cargo of properties Iran had ordered for development of South Pars Gas Field before the sanctions intensified in 2012, an operator of some phases of the field said late February. Hassan Boveiri, developer of phases 17 and 18 of the supergiant South Pars Gas Field, said Siemens released a cargo of compressors and turbines which will be installed at phases 17, 18 and 12 of the gas field. Siemens blocked delivery of a number of items to Iran after US-led sanctions intensified in 2011. Following a meeting between Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh and Siemens officials in February, Siemens agreed to release the blocked properties to Iran after the sanctions were lifted. The properties had been blocked in the Port of Jebel Ali in the UAE and the Netherlands for three years. The second consignment of the items which will include electro-compressors for phases 17, 18, 6 and 12 of South Pars will be delivered to Iran soon.
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Event Calendar Please click on the event name for relevant documents. 11 results Year 20162017 Release Annual Report 2017 (preliminary) Nov 29, 2017 Fourth-quarter results and preliminary figures for fiscal year Nov 09, 2017 Third-quarter results and analyst call Aug 03, 2017 Second-quarter results and analyst call May 04, 2017 Bank of America Merrill Lynch Conference London, Mar 22, 2017
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