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Koninklijke Philips N.V. (PHG)

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21.32+0.03 (+0.14%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
21.32 0.00 (0.00%)
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Previous Close21.29
Open21.23
Bid21.33 x 1400
Ask21.34 x 1200
Day's Range21.01 - 21.46
52 Week Range20.20 - 49.79
Volume1,062,487
Avg. Volume2,036,809
Market Cap19.177B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.84
PE Ratio (TTM)37.40
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.91 (4.15%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 12, 2022
1y Target EstN/A
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    U.S. FDA classifies recall of GE's ventilator batteries as most serious

    U.S. health regulators on Tuesday classified the recall of some backup batteries of GE Healthcare's ventilators, which the company had initiated in mid-April, as the most serious type, saying that their use could lead to injuries or death. The CARESCAPE R860 ventilator's backup batteries, including replacement backup batteries, were recalled as they were running out earlier-than-expected, which could cause the device to shut down preventing the patient from receiving breathing support, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said. The CARESCAPE R860 ventilators use the main power via a wall plug to operate and the device's backup battery is meant to keep it running in situations such as patient transport.

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    UPDATE 1-Philips says tests on recalled ventilators 'very encouraging'

    Independent tests on ventilators that Dutch health technology company Philips recalled last year because of possible health risks showed the problems were almost exclusively caused by unauthorised cleaning products, the company said on Tuesday. The Amsterdam-based company shocked investors last year by recalling 5.5 million ventilators used for the treatment of sleep apnea following concerns that foam used in the devices could deteriorate and become toxic. The "very encouraging" tests showed that the foam degradation was very rare and was linked to aggressive, unauthorised ozone-based cleaning products, Chief Executive Frans van Houten said.

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    Philips says tests on recalled ventilators 'very encouraging'

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) -Independent tests on ventilators that Dutch health technology company Philips recalled last year because of possible health risks showed the problems were almost exclusively caused by unauthorised cleaning products, the company said on Tuesday. The Amsterdam-based company shocked investors last year by recalling 5.5 million ventilators used for the treatment of sleep apnea following concerns that foam used in the devices could deteriorate and become toxic. The "very encouraging" tests showed that the foam degradation was very rare and was linked to aggressive, unauthorised ozone-based cleaning products, Chief Executive Frans van Houten said.