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Flex Ltd (FLEX.OQ)

FLEX.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Global Select Market

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21 Feb 2018
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Flex Ltd, formerly Flextronics International Ltd. provides design, engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain services and solutions. The Company designs, builds, ships and services packaged consumer electronics and industrial products for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Its segments include High Reliability Solutions... (more)
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P/E (TTM): -- 43.74 16.60
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 3.98 10.66
ROE: -- 4.61 14.30

BRIEF-Flex Ltd Files For Potential Mixed Shelf Offering ​

* FLEX LTD FILES FOR A POTENTIAL MIXED SHELF OFFERING; SIZE UNDISCLOSED - SEC FILING ‍​ Source text: (http://bit.ly/2BGgUL6) Further company coverage:

30 Jan 2018

BRIEF-Flex Q3 Non-Gaap Earnings Per Share $0.31

* Q3 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $0.30 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S

25 Jan 2018

BRIEF-Flex Appoints Jennifer Li To Board Of Directors

* FLEX APPOINTS JENNIFER LI TO ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

08 Jan 2018

BRIEF-Flex reports Q2 earnings $0.38/shr

* Q2 earnings per share view $0.26 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S

26 Oct 2017

New Relic, Ansys, Flex set to benefit from AI demand: Barron's

NEW YORK Software tool makers New Relic and Ansys , along with contract electronics maker Flex , are set to be "arms merchants" benefiting from new trends in product development, Barron's said on Sunday.

04 Sep 2017

New Relic, Ansys, Flex set to benefit from AI demand -Barron's

NEW YORK, Sept 3 Software tool makers New Relic and Ansys, along with contract electronics maker Flex, are set to be "arms merchants" benefiting from new trends in product development, Barron's said on Sunday.

04 Sep 2017

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