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Schneider Electric S.E. (SBGSF)

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145.25+2.09 (+1.46%)
At close: 03:53PM EST
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Previous Close143.16
Open144.84
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range144.84 - 145.75
52 Week Range107.00 - 202.90
Volume5,848
Avg. Volume2,675
Market Cap81.711B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.00
PE Ratio (TTM)24.79
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield3.04 (2.08%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 17, 2022
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    Aveva's shareholders accept Schneider's $12 billion software takeover

    France's Schneider Electric won control of Aveva, one of Britain's biggest tech companies, on Friday after minority shareholders approved an offer valuing the industrial software firm at 9.9 billion pounds ($11.9 billion). France's Schneider, which already owned nearly 60% of Aveva, upped its offer to 3,225 pence earlier this month after several major investors threatened to reject its previous 3,100 pence offer, which they termed "opportunistic".

  • Reuters

    Schneider Electric sweetens Aveva bid to $11.6 billion in final offer

    Schneider, which already owns nearly 60% of the London-listed firm, in September offered to fully take over Aveva for 3,100 pence per share. Aveva's shares were up 0.6% at 3,162 pence, below the new offer price, by 1345 GMT. Schneider said Friday's sweetened bid was its final offer and it will not be increased further.

  • Reuters

    Top 5 investor in UK's Aveva plans to reject Schneider takeover

    A top five investor in British software company Aveva plans to reject a 9.5 billion pound ($11 billion) takeover bid by French industrial group Schneider Electric, joining two other shareholders who have already said they would do the same. Hedge fund Davidson Kempner said in a statement on Thursday that it believed the Schneider bid was "highly opportunistic" and it did not take into account Aveva's long-term potential. In September, when the deal was announced, Canada-based Mawer Investment Management and M&G Investments, two Aveva shareholders, said they intended to reject the offer.