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Aalberts N.V. (0NX1.L)

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39,69+2,01 (+5,34%)
Al 05:19PM GMT. Mercato aperto.
Schermo intero
Chiusura precedente37,68
Aperto38,59
DenaroN/D x N/D
LetteraN/D x N/D
Min-Max giorno38,34 - 40,48
Intervallo di 52 settimane38,34 - 40,48
Volume49.427
Media VolumeN/D
Capitalizzazione43,889M
Beta (5 anni mensile)1,51
Rapporto PE (ttm)0,12
EPS (ttm)3,25
Prossima data utiliN/D
Rendimento e dividendo (forward)N/D (N/D)
Data ex dividendoN/D
Stima target 1AN/D
  • GlobeNewswire

    Aalberts N.V.: Aalberts trading update - first ten months 2022

    Utrecht, 9 November 2022 In the first ten months Aalberts realised 8.8% organic revenue growth compared to last year. The orderbook end of October was 47% higher than last year. The added value margin is on a good level due to ongoing pricing initiatives. We increased our capital expenditure to facilitate the organic growth plans. Our innovation rate further improved. The disruptions in our supply chains still effect our operations and deliveries to our customers. This is leading to inefficienci

  • GlobeNewswire

    Aalberts N.V.: Aalberts realises 10% organic revenue growth and an EBITA margin of 15.5%

    Utrecht, 21 July 2022 highlights ° revenue EUR 1,615 million° organic revenue growth 9.8% ° orderbook +39%° EBITA EUR 250 million; EBITA margin 15.5% ° net profit before amortisation EUR 186 million; per share EUR 1.68 (+11%) ° capital expenditure increased to facilitate growth plans ° continued investments in additional inventory ° acquisitions ISEL, UWS and KML; divestment ETI CEO statement “In the first six months of the year we delivered a good performance. We were able to manage the ongoing

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    Aalberts N.V.: Aalberts further strengthens portfolio in semicon efficiency

    Utrecht, 5 July 2022 Aalberts N.V. has reached an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares of KML Linear Motion Technology GmbH and KML Precision Machining GmbH (KML) based in Vienna (Austria), generating an annual revenue of approximately EUR 35 million with 120 employees. KML provides cutting-edge mechatronic solutions performing linear and rotative high-speed movements in complex areas of application. KML systems are predominantly used as integral subsystem of machinery, enabling high-performa