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Signify NV

LIGHT.AS

Latest Trade

26.68EUR

Change

0.10(+0.38%)

Volume

516,861

Today's Range

26.43

 - 

27.06

52 Week Range

18.92

 - 

28.02

As of on the Euronext Amsterdam Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
26.58
Open
26.61
Volume
516,861
3M AVG Volume
12.11
Today's High
27.06
Today's Low
26.43
52 Week High
28.02
52 Week Low
18.92
Shares Out (MIL)
125.93
Market Cap (MIL)
3,339.52
Forward P/E
8.84
Dividend (Yield %)
4.80

Next Event

Signify NV at Sanford C Bernstein Strategic Decisions CEO Conference

Latest Developments

More

Signify Proposes To Appoint Mr. Frank Lubnau As Supervisory Board Member

Signify Acquires 51% Stake In Klite Lighting

Signify Q2 Sales Of 1.5 Billion Euros

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About Signify NV

Signify NV, formerly Philips Lighting NV, is a company based in the Netherlands that provides lamps and lighting solutions. Its product portfolio includes, among others, incandescent lamps, halogen lamps, fluorescent lamps, linear fluorescent lamps (LFL), compact fluorescent lamps (CFL), high-intensity discharge lamps (HID) and light-emitting diodes (LED), as well as electronic components, such as electronic ballasts and drivers. The Company also provides integrated and customized lighting systems. Its service portfolio includes light management and value-added services, such as energy audits, light design and engineering, as well as remote monitoring and managed services. The Company operates through four segments: The Lamps segments comprises conventional lamps and lamp electronics; the LED segment focuses on LED lamps; the Professional segment includes lighting systems and services for professional consumers, and the Home segment covers consumer luminaries and home systems.

Industry

Furniture & Fixtures

Contact Info

High Tech Campus 45

+31.20.5977777

Executive Leadership

Arthur Petrus Maria van der Poel

Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Eric Henri Edouard Rondolat

Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Board of Management

Gerard van de Aast

Independent Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Stephane L.A. Rougeot

Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Board of Management

Cornelis Leonardus van Schooten

Member of the Board of Management, Head of Business Transformation

Key Stats

2.71 mean rating - 14 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2016

7.1K

2017

7.0K

2018

6.4K

2019(E)

6.3K
EPS (EUR)

2016

2.370

2017

2.930

2018

2.960

2019(E)

2.945
Price To Earnings (TTM)
11.04
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.53
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.66
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
6.76
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
75.09
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
67.66
Return on Investment (TTM)
7.30
Return on Equity (TTM)
4.81

Latest News

Philips to sell remaining 10.7% stake in Signify for 357 million euros

Dutch medical equipment company Koninklijke Philips NV <PHG.AS> said on Thursday it plans to sell the remaining 10.7% stake it holds in Signify NV <LIGHT.AS>, its former lighting division, for about 357 million euros ($394.24 million) or 25.9 euros per share.

Philips to sell remaining 10.7% stake in Signify lighting

Philips, the Dutch medical equipment company, said on Thursday it plans to sell the remaining 10.7% stake it holds in Signify, its former lighting division.

UPDATE 1-Signify Q1 core earnings improve on cost-cutting measures

Signify NV, the world's biggest maker of lights, on Friday reported better-than-expected first-quarter earnings, due to cost-saving measures.

Signify Q1 core earnings improve on cost-cutting measures

Signify NV, the world's biggest maker of lights, on Friday reported better-than-expected first-quarter earnings, due to cost-cutting measures.

Lighting maker Signify fourth-quarter earnings beat, sees steady margins

Signify, the world's largest maker of lights, on Friday reported a better-than-expected rise in fourth-quarter core earnings, despite falling sales, and retained its margin forecast for 2019.

Lighting maker Signify Q4 earnings beat, sees steady margins

Signify, the world's largest maker of lights, on Friday reported a better-than-expected rise in fourth-quarter core earnings, despite falling sales, and retained its margin forecast for 2019.

UPDATE 1-Lighting maker Signify Q3 core profit rises as cost cuts offset sales decline

Dutch lighting maker Signify said third-quarter core profit rose 8 percent to 191 million euros ($217.1 million) due to cost cuts, beating analyst expectations, offsetting an ongoing decline in sales.

Signify beats expectations with 8 pct rise in Q3 core profit

Dutch lighting maker Signify reported on Friday an 8 percent rise in third-quarter core profit to 191 million euros ($217.1 million), beating analyst expectations as it managed to cut down costs.

Signify shares rally as share buybacks outweigh cut in outlook

Dutch lighting maker Signify <LIGHT.AS> will double its share buyback programme this year to 300 million euros (£266.45 million), the former Philips Lighting announced on Friday, sending its shares higher despite a fall in sales and a cut in its outlook.

Dutch lighting maker Signify cuts 2018 sales outlook

Signify, the Dutch lighting maker formerly known as Philips Lighting, cut its sales outlook for this year on Friday, saying market conditions remained challenging after a slow start to the year.

BRIEF-Philips Lighting Starts Share Repurchase Program

* PHILIPS LIGHTING STARTS SHARE REPURCHASE PROGRAM OF UP TO 1.5 MILLION SHARES TO COVER PERFORMANCE SHARE PLANS

Philips Lighting shares tumble after Q1 earnings miss

Shares in Philips Lighting <LIGHT.AS> fell sharply on Thursday after the world's largest lighting maker reported worse than expected first-quarter earnings due to falling sales and margins, especially in the United States.

BRIEF-Philips Lighting Q1 Sales down at 1.5 Billion Euros

* REG-PHILIPS LIGHTING REPORTS FIRST QUARTER SALES OF EUR 1.5 BILLION AND OPERATIONAL PROFITABILITY OF 7%

Philips Lighting 1Q core earnings miss expectations

Philips Lighting, the world's largest lighting maker, on Thursday reported lower-than-expected first quarter core earnings of 106 million euros ($129 million), on falling sales and margins.

BRIEF-Philips Lighting Q4 profits narrowly miss Reuters poll

* Q4 sales amount to 1,934 million euros ($2.08 billion), with comparable sales of -3.2 pct (Q4 2015: -2.7 pct) -- Q4 sales 1.98 billion euros in Reuters poll

BRIEF-Philips Lighting implements street lighting system in Jakarta

* Project is on target for completion in only seven months Source text: http://philips.to/2fSg0Am Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

BRIEF-Saratoga Partners buys Xenon cinema business from Philips Lighting

* Saratoga Partners acquires Xenon cinema business from Philips Lighting Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

BRIEF-Philips lighting Q3 adjusted EBITA beats Reuters poll

* Q3 adjusted EBITA of 175 million euros ($191.78 million)(Q3 2015: 139 million euros)

BRIEF-Philips Lighting partners with Huawei for Philips Hue connected lightning system

* Huawei and Philips Lighting partner to unlock an ocean of possibilities

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