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DEUTSCHE POST AG (DPW.HA)

Hanover - Hanover Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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36.56-0.23 (-0.61%)
As of 08:15AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close36.79
Open36.56
Bid36.53 x 0
Ask36.53 x 0
Day's Range36.56 - 36.56
52 Week Range34.16 - 61.28
Volume19
Avg. Volume434
Market CapN/A
Beta (5Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
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  • Reuters

    DHL raises prices for parcel deliveries, calling it unavoidable

    Logistics giant DHL will charge private customers more for parcel deliveries from July 1 as labour and transport costs have made price increases unavoidable, said the company on Monday. DHL, part of the Deutsche Post DHL Group, will increase the price to ship a parcel abroad by between 1 euro and 3.50 euros, excluding those bound for the United States, which, depending on the parcel size, will nearly double in price. "The company is only partially passing on to customers what are in some cases steep increases in airfares and the substantial rise in costs charged by delivery partners abroad to Deutsche Post DHL for delivering merchandise items," it said.

  • Reuters

    DHL exec says China lockdowns will hit supply chains more than Ukraine war

    Lockdowns in China are having greater impact on global supply chains than the war in Ukraine and will be felt even after they are lifted, said the head of Deutsche Post DHL Group's freight business. China renewed COVID-19 lockdowns in major centres in March and April, hitting production and consumption and heightening risks for parts of the global economy heavily dependent on the country. "After an opening, traffic jams will probably form in front of U.S. and European ports," DHL's Tim Scharwath told Reuters, adding that "it will take longer than we had thought until the trade system normalises again".

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    UPDATE 1-DHL exec says China lockdowns will hit supply chains more than Ukraine war

    Lockdowns in China are having greater impact on global supply chains than the war in Ukraine and will be felt even after they are lifted, said the head of Deutsche Post DHL Group's freight business. China renewed COVID-19 lockdowns in major centres in March and April, hitting production and consumption and heightening risks for parts of the global economy heavily dependent on the country. "After an opening, traffic jams will probably form in front of U.S. and European ports," DHL's Tim Scharwath told Reuters, adding that "it will take longer than we had thought until the trade system normalises again".