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Continental AG (CONG.DE)

CONG.DE on Xetra

209.50EUR
22 Jun 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Continental AG Board Poised to Vote for Powertrain IPO - Bloomberg
Tuesday, 19 Jun 2018 

June 19 (Reuters) - :CONTINENTAL AG MOVING AHEAD WITH PLANS FOR AN IPO OF ITS POWERTRAIN UNIT AND A NEW CORPORATE STRUCTURE BY EARLY JULY - BLOOMBERG, CITING SOURCES.  Full Article

Continental CEO Says No Decisions Made Yet On Reorganisation
Friday, 27 Apr 2018 

April 27 (Reuters) - Continental AG CEO at annual general meeting::ASKED ABOUT REORGANISATION, SAYS ARE STILL AT ANALYSIS STAGE, NO DECISIONS MADE YET.  Full Article

Continental Invests EUR 10 Mln In New, Cutting-Edge Distribution Center In Langenhagen
Wednesday, 20 Dec 2017 

Dec 20 (Reuters) - CONTINENTAL AG ::INVESTS €10 MILLION IN NEW, CUTTING-EDGE DISTRIBUTION CENTER IN LANGENHAGEN.  Full Article

And International Publishers collaborates with Continental to enrich map and location data
Monday, 11 Sep 2017 

Sept 11 (Reuters) - AND INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHERS NV :‍ANNOUNCE A COLLABORATION WITH CONTINENTAL TO ENRICH MAP AND LOCATION DATA WITH SENSOR DATA COLLECTED FROM VEHICLES​.  Full Article

Continental sticks with guidance despite margin pressure
Tuesday, 27 Jun 2017 

June 27 (Reuters) - Continental AG spokesman:Says margin pressure in sector is still very high, but sticks with guidance.  Full Article

Continental extends contract of HR exec until 2022
Tuesday, 13 Dec 2016 

Continental AG :Says supervisory board extends contract of Ariane Reinhart until 2022.  Full Article

Continental CFO says R&D costs at interior unit to normalize in Q4
Wednesday, 3 Aug 2016 

Continental AG :CFO says research and development costs at interior division should normalize in Q4.  Full Article

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European shares hit by fresh Italian scare, Daimler tariff hit

LONDON European shares ended the day deep into the red after an early bounced on Thursday, shaken by the appointment of eurosceptics at key positions in the Italian parliament and after German carmaker Daimler warned higher tariffs would hit profits.