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Symrise AG (SY1G.DE)

SY1G.DE on Xetra

72.78EUR
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€1.44 (+2.02%)
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€71.34
Open
€71.86
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€73.50
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Volume
132,491
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296,049
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€81.68
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€60.44

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Symrise Updates Long-Term Targets And Aims To Further Expand Its Business Until 2025
Thursday, 17 Jan 2019 

Jan 17 (Reuters) - SYMRISE AG ::UPDATES LONG-TERM TARGETS AND AIMS TO FURTHER EXPAND ITS BUSINESS UNTIL 2025.TARGET CORRIDOR OF 5 TO 7 % FOR AVERAGE ANNUAL SALES GROWTH (CAGR).INCREASED PROFITABILITY WITH EBITDA MARGIN IN RANGE OF 20 TO 23 % FROM 2020 ONWARD.TARGET CORRIDOR OF 5 TO 7 % FOR AVERAGE ANNUAL SALES GROWTH (CAGR).FOR 2025, WE HAVE SET TARGET TO INCREASE SALES TO EUR 5.5 TO 6 BILLION.AIMS TO LOWER CAPEX TO RANGE OF 4 TO 5 % BY 2025.WILL CONTINUE TO CREATE SUSTAINABLE VALUE FOR ITS INVESTORS AND RETAIN A DIVIDEND POLICY WITH A PAY-OUT RATIO OF 30 TO 50 %.  Full Article

Symrise - Board Members Schaper And Parisot Confirmed In Office
Wednesday, 19 Dec 2018 

Dec 19 (Reuters) - Symrise AG ::DGAP-NEWS: SYMRISE EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS HEINRICH SCHAPER AND JEAN-YVES PARISOT EARLY CONFIRMED IN OFFICE.CONTRACT OF FLAVOR BOARD MEMBER HEINRICH SCHAPER (62) IS BEING EXTENDED IN ADVANCE TO 2022.CONTRACT OF NUTRITION BOARD MEMBER DR. JEAN-YVES PARISOT (54) IS BEING EXTENDED IN ADVANCE UNTIL 2024.  Full Article

Symrise sticks with 2017 guidance after Q3
Wednesday, 8 Nov 2017 

Nov 8 (Reuters) - Symrise :Q3 sales up 4.6 percent at 763.2 million eur.Q3 EBITDA up 3.3 percent at 162.3 million eur.Reuters poll average for Symrise Q3 sales was 745 million eur, EBITDA 160 million, net profit 69 million.Symrise says sticks with guidance for 2017 sales growth of more than 3 percent, EBITDA margin of over 20 percent.Symrise affirms 2020 guidance.  Full Article

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Investors ditch European shares as political risk bursts

LONDON Investors took cover and ditched European shares on Monday as a burst of political risk with a key vote on Brexit being delayed and unrest over the weekend in France added to concerns over global growth and U.S-Chinese trade tensions.