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Poste Italiane S.p.A. (PST.VI)

Vienna - Vienna Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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8.91-0.05 (-0.51%)
At close: 05:32PM CEST
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Previous Close8.96
Bid8.87 x 0
Ask8.95 x 0
Day's Range8.90 - 8.91
52 Week Range8.63 - 12.68
Avg. Volume58
Market Cap11.611B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.05
PE Ratio (TTM)7.82
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.51 (5.63%)
Ex-Dividend DateNov 22, 2021
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    Poste Italiane launches energy supply business for staff initially

    Italian mail group Poste Italiane launched an energy supply business for its employees, two sources told Reuters on Thursday, a first step before extending the new line to the general public. Poste, now a conglomerate whose services range from digital payments to mobile services, said in May it would enter the energy sector by the end of the year, with an offer based exclusively on renewable sources. Poste Italiane aims to be among the top five energy providers in Italy by 2024, the company said in March.

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    Poste Italiane to buy LIS for 700 million euros to strengthen payment business

    Poste Italiane said on Monday it had agreed to acquire LIS Holding S.p.A. from International Game Technology Plc for a total consideration of 700 million euros ($781.20 million) to boost its exposure to the fast growing payments market. The acquisition, based on an enterprise value of 630 million euros and net unrestricted cash for 70 million euros, will be fully funded with available cash resources, Italy's postal service said in a statement. The deal, whose closing is expected by the third quarter of this year, is also meant to consolidate the growth of Poste's digital services unit PostePay in the so-called proximity payment business, which refers to payments done via mobile phone at physical points of sale, and boost its product offering.

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    Poste Italiane holds less than 10% of seized tax credits

    ROME (Reuters) -Poste Italiane holds less than 10% of the 2.3 billion euros ($2.6 billion) in tax credits offered for building refurbishment that have been frozen by Italy's tax police, a document presented to parliament and seen by Reuters showed. In an attempt to ease fears over its level of exposure, Poste said in the document that less than 3% of the tax credits it had bought had been seized, against a 7% average for other financial institutions involved. People are allowed to sell the tax credits to companies or financial institutions.