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BASF SE

BASFn.DE

Latest Trade

50.08EUR

Change

0.47(+0.94%)

Volume

3,903,774

Today's Range

49.03

 - 

50.35

52 Week Range

37.35

 - 

72.17

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Pricing

Previous Close
49.62
Open
49.30
Volume
3,903,774
3M AVG Volume
98.02
Today's High
50.35
Today's Low
49.03
52 Week High
72.17
52 Week Low
37.35
Shares Out (MIL)
918.48
Market Cap (MIL)
45,997.41
Forward P/E
21.45
Dividend (Yield %)
6.59

Next Event

Q2 2020 BASF SE Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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Worley Awarded A Services Contract By BASF For New Battery Material Plant In Finland

BASF Reiterates Sees Q2 Operating Profit In Low Triple Digit Million Euro Range

Deutsche Bank’s DWS Backs BASF’s Chairman-Designate Kurt Bock

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About BASF SE

BASF SE is a Germany-based chemical company. The Company operates through six segments, which include Chemicals, Materials, Industrial Solutions, Surface Technologies, Nutrition & Care and Agricultural Solutions. The Chemicals segment consists of the Petrochemicals and Intermediates divisions. The Materials segment consists of Performance Materials and Monomers divisions. The Industrial Solutions segment consists of Dispersions & Pigments and Performance Chemicals divisions. The Surface Technologies segment consists of Catalysts, Coatings and Construction Chemicals divisions. The Nutrition & Care segment consists of Care Chemicals and Nutrition & Health divisions. The Agricultural Solutions segment consists of Agricultural Solutions division, which focuses on provision of crop protection products and seeds.

Industry

Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber

Contact Info

Carl-Bosch-Str. 38

67056

Germany

+49.621.600

https://www.basf.com/

Executive Leadership

Martin Brudermueller

Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Board and Chief Technology Officer

Kurt Wilhelm Bock

Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Sinischa Horvat

Independent Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Employee Representative

Hans-Ulrich Engel

Vice Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors, Chief Financial Officer

Saori Dubourg

Member of the Board of Executive Directors

Key Stats

2.76 mean rating - 29 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2017

64.5K

2018

62.7K

2019

59.3K

2020(E)

55.8K
EPS (EUR)

2017

6.440

2018

5.870

2019

4.000

2020(E)

2.334
Price To Earnings (TTM)
20.84
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.77
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.08
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
7.16
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
54.01
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
33.85
Return on Investment (TTM)
3.35
Return on Equity (TTM)
2.45

Latest News

Latest News

BASF turns to second-quarter net loss on Wintershall DEA impairment

BASF <BASFn.DE> said on Friday it slid to a second-quarter net loss on an 800 million euro ($903 million) impairment against its stake in energy group Wintershall DEA on worsening prospects for oil and gas prices.

BASF says it is ready to counter any takeover approach, activist investor

BASF, the world's largest chemicals maker by sales, said it was mindful of the risk of an unsolicited takeover approach or of an attack from activist investors and was ready to react.

BASF cuts investment plans as crisis consumes car industry

BASF <BASFn.DE> scaled back its investment budget on Thursday and said it could not rule out a second quarter operating loss as the coronavirus crisis hit automakers, who are the chemicals giant's largest customers.

BASF says Q1 operating profit down 6% on petrochemicals

Germany's BASF said on Thursday first-quarter operating earnings fell 6% as demand for basic petrochemicals was dragged lower by the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.

BASF withdraws outlook, proposes stable dividend

Germany's BASF <BASFn.DE> said on Wednesday it was withdrawing its outlook for 2020 as it was impossible to estimate the length and further spread of the coronavirus pandemic but it still proposed an unchanged dividend for 2019 of 3.30 euros per share.

BASF, Fortum, Nornickel agree to plan battery recycling hub

Germany's BASF <BASFn.DE>, Finland's Fortum <FORTUM.HE> and Russia's Nornickel <GMKN.MM> on Friday said they signed an agreement to map out a battery recycling cluster in Finland to cater the electric vehicle market.

BASF picks Frankfurt for potential Wintershall Dea IPO in H2

BASF will choose the Frankfurt stock exchange for a planned listing of oil and gas business Wintershall Dea during the second half of the year, finance chief Hans-Ulrich Engel told a news conference on Friday.

BASF flags risk of lower earnings on coronavirus hit

Germany's BASF <BASFn.DE> warned that earnings could drop further this year after the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak has started to weigh on demand, further slowing down the auto industry, its largest customer group.

BASF Q4 profit up 23% on strong agriculture business

Operating income at Germany's BASF increased by 23% in the fourth quarter, boosted by a stronger-than-expected agriculture business.

U.S. peach grower awarded $265 million from Bayer, BASF in weedkiller lawsuit

A Missouri jury's $265 million (203.30 million pounds)award to peach grower Bill Bader in his lawsuit against herbicide providers Bayer <BAYGn.DE> and BASF <BASFn.DE> has raised the stakes for the two companies as at least 140 similar cases head to U.S. courts later this...

Bayer to appeal $265 mln U.S. damages award on dicamba weedkiller

German agrochemicals group Bayer said on Sunday it would appeal a U.S. jury's $265 million damages award against it and BASF in favour of a Missouri farmer who said the company's dicamba herbicide had destroyed his peach orchards.

BASF diverts products from Chinese customers due to coronavirus disruption

German chemical giant BASF <BASFn.DE> diverted some products to Europe from its Chinese clients following a coronavirus outbreak that has disrupted logistics and delayed factories from resuming operations.

BASF picks German state of Brandenburg as battery materials production site

Chemicals giant BASF <BASFn.DE> on Wednesday picked a site in the eastern German state of Brandenburg for its second European battery materials factory, part of a 400 million euro investment plan to tap into the growing electric vehicle market.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-BASF picks German state of Brandenburg as battery materials production site

* Decision marks 2nd win for Brandenburg, home to new Tesla plant

BASF picks German state of Brandenburg as battery materials production site

German chemicals conglomerate BASF announced on Wednesday it had selected a new battery materials production site in the eastern state of Brandenburg as part of its plan to support the electric vehicles value chain in Europe.

Lone Star to buy BASF construction chemicals unit for $3.51 billion

Private equity firm Lone Star has entered a deal to buy BASF's <BASFn.DE> construction chemicals business for 3.17 billion euros ($3.5 billion) on a cash and debt-free basis, the German chemicals company said on Saturday as it seeks to focus on more profitable operations.

Lone Star to buy BASF construction chemicals unit for 3.17 billion euros

Private equity firm Lone Star has entered a deal to buy BASF's <BASFn.DE> construction chemicals business for 3.17 billion euros (£2.7 billion) on a cash and debt-free basis, the German chemicals company said on Saturday as it seeks to focus on more profitable operations.

Banks prep €1.5bn loan for BASF unit

Banks are lining up around €1.5bn-equivlent of debt financing to back a sale of BASF’s construction chemicals business, after the German chemicals company entered into exclusive talks with Lonestar over the disposal of the unit.

Exclusive: Lone Star in exclusive talks to buy BASF construction chemicals unit - sources

Lone Star has entered exclusive negotiations to buy BASF's <BASFn.DE> construction chemicals business as the German chemicals company seeks to focus on more profitable operations, people close to the matter said.

Germany's BASF starts building $10-billion petrochemical project in China

German chemical giant BASF <BASFn.DE> has begun construction of its $10-billion (£7.8 billion) integrated petrochemicals project in China's southern province of Guangdong, the company said in a statement on Saturday.

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