Friday, 01/14/2022 10:16 am from ARIVA.DE | Views: 23 Stock prices at a glance. © gopixa / iStock / Getty Images Plus / Getty Images http://www.gettyimages.de/ Trade Philips Electronics shares permanently for 0 euros! Now on Smartbroker.de On the stock market, the Philips Electronics share (Philips Electronics share) is a little firmer at the moment. The paper last cost 30.02 euros. For the stock of Philips Electronics is currently a price increase of 1.47 percent. The security increased in price by 44 cents. The share was last listed at EUR 30.02. Compared to the Euro Stoxx 50 (Euro Stoxx 50), the Philips Electronics share is ahead. The Euro Stoxx 50 is currently at 4,275 points. This corresponds to a minus of 0.95 percent. Despite today’s share price gain, Philips Electronics’ share is still a long way from its all-time high. On April 12, 2021, the paper left the market at a price of EUR 52.50 – that is 74.88 percent more than the current price.
The company Philips Electronics
Koninklijke Philips NV is a leading global technology and healthcare group. The Dutch company is primarily focused on healthcare and healthcare products and holds market-leading positions in the fields of cardiology, emergency medicine and healthcare. The company’s product range supplies specialists and patients at every stage of the course of the disease: from prevention to diagnosis and treatment to patient monitoring and active health management, both in inpatients and at home. Investors are now waiting for January 24, 2022, when the group wants to present new business figures.
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This is how analysts see Philips Electronics stock
Philips Electronics shares are covered by several analysts. Deutsche Bank left Philips on hold with a target price of EUR 35. The profit warning was much more massive than feared, wrote analyst Falko Friedrichs in a study published on Thursday. The fourth quarter was also weaker despite the recently lowered expectations. The major Swiss bank UBS has lowered the price target for Philips from 52 to 49 euros, but left the rating on “buy”. Supply chain problems and pandemic-related delays weighed heavily, analyst Matthew Taylor wrote in a study published on Thursday. He adjusted his estimates for the Dutch downwards. This article was standardized by ARIVA.DE using company information from Finance Base and stock analysis from dpa-AFX. Information on the disclosure obligation in the event of conflicts of interest within the meaning of Section 34 b WpHG for the analyst firms mentioned can be found here. advertising
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