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Ams Says It Is Not Our Intention To Sell Osram's Automotive Business
AMS Q2 Group Revenues At $460.3 Mln
Osram Says Q3 EBITDA Before Special Items -27 Mln Eur
ams AG is an Austria-based company active in the semiconductors industry. It designs and produces integrated analog microchips and offers services and consulting in the areas of power management, sensors, sensor interfaces and mobile entertainment. The Company provides its products and services to customers in the communications, industrial, medical technology and automotive markets. The Company divides its activities into two business segments: Products and Foundry. The Products business segment consists of Consumer and Communications, Industry and Medical, as well as Automotive market areas and manufactures sensors, such as complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) sensors for environmental data. The Foundry business segment comprises the Full Service Foundry area that offers contract manufacture of analog integrated circuit (IC) technologies. The Company operates subsidiaries in Europe, the United States, Japan, India, China, Korea and the Philippines.
Tobelbader Strasse 30
Hans Joerg Kaltenbrunner
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AMS said on Thursday its sensors will be used in vehicles built by China's Great Wall Motor Co Ltd from 2022 onwards, an important step for the Austrian company toward its goal of diversifying into the auto industry.
Sensor specialist AMS <AMS.S>, which just closed the takeover of OSRAM <OSRn.DE>, expects third-quarter revenue to grow about 20% versus the second quarter as it sees strong demand from smartphone makers despite the pandemic.
Sensor specialist AMS AG <AMS.S>, which just closed the takeover of German lighting group Osram <OSRn.DE>, targets 2026 revenues of more than 10 billion euros (9.02 billion pounds) for the combined entity, an internal company presentation seen by Reuters shows.
Sensor specialist AMS AG , which just closed the takeover of German lighting group Osram, targets 2026 revenues of more than 10 billion euros ($11 billion) for the combined entity, an internal company presentation seen by Reuters shows.
Austrian sensor maker AMS <AMS.S> <AMS.VI> said on Monday it sold an additional 200 million euros ($226.7 million) in 6% senior notes due in 2025 at an issue price of 100.75% and an implied 5.82% yield to maturity.
Austria's AMS AG <AMS.VI> on Monday launched an additional 200 million euros (£179.17 million) in 6% senior notes due 2025, saying the proceeds would go to "general corporate purposes" including refinancing existing debt.
Germany's financial markets watchdog Bafin is investigating potential insider trading in Osram <OSRn.DE> shares prior to a statement of the German lighting group a year ago, it said on Tuesday.
Germany's financial markets watchdog Bafin is investigating potential insider trading in Osram <OSRn.DE> shares prior to a statement of the German lighting group on July 3, 2019, it said on Tuesday.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Monday:
Austrian sensor producer AMS <AMS.VI> <AMS.S> on Monday gained unconditional EU antitrust approval for its 4.6-billion-euro ($5.2 billion) acquisition of German lighting group Osram <OSRn.DE>, its biggest ever deal.
Austrian sensor producer Ams <AMS.VI> <AMS.S> on Monday gained unconditional EU antitrust approval for its 4.6-billion-euro (4.1 billion pounds) acquisition of German lighting group Osram <OSRn.DE>
European shares ended a volatile session higher on Monday, lifted by strong gains on Wall Street and a rally in cyclical stocks as improving data spurred hopes of a faster economic recovery.
European shares edged higher on Monday as investors clung to hopes of a quicker economic recovery in the continent even as coronavirus cases surged globally.
European stocks closed lower on Friday as losses on Wall Street following a surge in U.S. coronavirus cases added to worries over the pace of the global economic recovery.
Austrian sensor producer AMS <AMS.VI> <AMS.S> is poised to get the go-ahead from the European Union for its acquisition of German lighting group Osram <OSRn.DE>, three people familiar with the matter said on Friday.
Austria's financial markets watchdog FMA is investigating AMS' <AMS.S> top management on suspicion of illegal share transactions during the ongoing takeover of Osram <OSRn.DE>, a spokesman said on Thursday.
Shares in AMS <AMS.S> soared on Tuesday with analysts citing a media report suggesting the Austrian sensor specialist might sell Osram's <OSRn.DE> auto division after it completes is acquisition of the German lighting company.
* AMS AND SENOVA JOIN EFFORTS ON TECHNOLOGY TO CREATE POINT-OF-CARE RAPID ANTIBODY TEST FOR COVID-19
European shares rallied on Wednesday, with insurers jumping after France's AXA said it would pay a dividend, while improving global data spurred bets of faster economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Tuesday:
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