Siemens AG NA (SIEGn)

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97.200 +1.260    +1.31%
26/11 - Closed. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
Type: Equity
Market: Germany
ISIN: DE0007236101 
WKN: 723610

  • Prev. Close: 97.200
  • Open: 95.790
  • Day's Range: 95.400 - 97.290
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Siemens AG 97.200 +1.260 +1.31%
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SIEGn Overview

Prev. Close97.200
Day's Range95.400 - 97.290
52 wk Range77.910 - 106.350
Market Cap85.63B
Dividend (Yield)3.5 (3.6%)
Average Vol. (3m)2,740,480
P/E Ratio15.36
1-Year Return1.32%
Shares Outstanding835,254,853
Next Earnings DateJan 26, 2016

Siemens AG NA Quotes

Exchange Last Bid Ask Volume Change % Currency Time
  Real-time CFD 97.200 - - - +1.31% EUR 26/11  
  BATS Europe 97.130 0.000 0.000 160,436 +1.20% EUR 26/11  
  Frankfurt 97.200 97.090 97.120 1,530,472 +1.31% EUR 26/11  
  OTC Markets 101.80 0.00 0.00 39,509 +0.80% USD 25/11  
  OTC Markets 101.2912 0.0000 0.0000 36,257 +0.64% USD 25/11  
  London 97.200 0.000 0.000 5,519 +1.04% EUR 26/11  
  Milan 97.10 0.00 0.00 932 +0.99% EUR 26/11  
  Switzerland 93.79 93.25 93.94 0 0.00% EUR 18/11  
  Switzerland 105.000 104.900 105.300 280 +0.48% CHF 26/11  
  NSE 1,223.75 1,223.00 1,223.85 141,873 +0.44% INR 06:22:00  
  BSE 1,228.00 1,227.05 1,228.95 17,655 +0.88% INR 06:07:00  
  Amsterdam 97.05 96.68 97.56 500 +1.35% EUR 26/11  
  Buenos Aires 475.700 0.000 0.000 0 0.00% ARS 16/11  

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Latest SIEGn Comments

Yusuf Bulut
Yusuf Bulut Mar 15, 2015 6:58AM GMT
Yesterday Siemens signed a contract in Egypt for 10,5 bn. This will have a big impact on the opening on Monday!
Csaba Csikos
Csaba Csikos Sep 30, 2015 6:52PM GMT
I only began to follow Siemens recently so saw your comment now. Indeed it jumped some 3 bucks on March 16 to the YTD high. What more to a 7 year high only to begin a slide that may not have ended after 6 months. Wonder why. At least I initiated a small position last week.
Yusuf Bulut
Yusuf Bulut Mar 15, 2015 6:57AM GMT
Now Bullishh!
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