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Compagnie de Saint-Gobain S.A. (SGO.PA)

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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70.26-0.94 (-1.32%)
At close: 05:39PM CEST
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Previous Close71.20
Open70.12
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range69.38 - 70.72
52 Week Range48.87 - 74.86
Volume906,920
Avg. Volume962,023
Market Cap35.275B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.41
PE Ratio (TTM)13.43
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.10 (2.95%)
Ex-Dividend DateJun 10, 2024
1y Target EstN/A
  • Bloomberg

    French Group Agrees to Buy Canada's Bailey in $650 Million Deal

    (Bloomberg) -- Cie. de Saint-Gobain of France agreed to buy Canada’s Bailey Group of Companies for C$880 million ($650 million) in cash to broaden its global offerings of metal framing products.Most Read from BloombergKim Jong Un Faces Annihilation in Most Korea War ScenariosApple Explores Home Robotics as Potential ‘Next Big Thing’ After Car FizzlesTSMC Facilities to Resume Production Overnight After QuakeA Million Simulations, One Verdict for US Economy: Debt Danger AheadTrump Media’s Business

  • Reuters

    Saint-Gobain sees 2024 double-digit operating margin despite difficult market

    (Reuters) -French construction materials group Saint-Gobain on Thursday said it is aiming for a double-digit operating margin in 2024 despite a difficult market that dragged its 2023 annual sales down 6.4%. "In Western Europe, renovations will continue to show resilience, while new construction will remain difficult but will gradually reach a low point country by country, in a market that remains structurally healthy given its construction needs," CEO Benoit Bazin said in a statement. In a call with journalists, Bazin added that there is a "structural unmet need for housing" in Western Europe, North America and Asia, which could reverse the new-construction division's downward curb.

  • Reuters

    France's Saint-Gobain strikes agreement to buy Australia's CSR

    French construction materials company Saint-Gobain said it had signed a definitive agreement to buy Australian peer CSR Limited in a deal with an enterprise value of A$4.5 billion ($2.95 billion). Saint-Gobain said it was offering A$9.00 for each share in CSR Ltd, adding that CSR's management favoured the deal. CSR is one of Australia's oldest companies, having been established in 1855 initially as a sugar refining business, before diversifying into building products.