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SES Names Sandeep Jalan As CFO
Princess Cruises Expands Partnership With SES
SES Announces Renewed Concession To Operate Satellites In Luxembourg
SES SA is a Luxembourg-based provider of satellite communications and broadcasting services. Together with its numerous direct and indirect subsidiaries located in Europe, Americas and Asia, the Company provides satellite-delivered services for broadcasting and media distribution, including television and radio programming. Its services are divided into three business lines: Media and Broadcasters, which helps broadcasters to deliver their television channels and expands the amount of new channels and High Definition (HD) content in Latin America; Enterprise and Telcos, which delivers connectivity to companies through networks, broadband access and services; and Government and Institutions, which offers secure communication links for governments and international institutions and ensures reliable navigation services. It operates through O3b Networks Ltd.
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Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai on Thursday proposed $9.7 billion in incentive payments to accelerate the freeing up of spectrum in the key C-band by shifting existing satellite users.
French satellite operator Eutelsat Communications reported a bigger than expected 6% like-for-like drop in quarterly revenue on Wednesday, citing worsening trends in the data and professional video division and the unplanned return of a couple of transponders in Russia.
Below are company-related news and stories from French and Benelux media which could have an impact on the region's markets or individual stocks.
French satellite company Eutelsat <ETL.PA> reported on Wednesday 2018/2019 financial year revenue fell in line with its expectations and announced a share buy-back plan, helping lift the company's shares.
French satellite company Eutelsat reported on Wednesday lower full-year revenue as the operating environment affected its core businesses.
SES <SESFd.PA> stuck with its guidance for 2019 and 2020 as it reported a decline in first-half core profit on Friday, sending shares in the Luxembourg-based satellite operator higher.
Luxembourg-based satellite operator SES said on Friday its first-quarter core profit dropped 5 percent year-on-year, but was in line with expectations, boosted by the company's Networks division.
European shares rounded off a solid week on Friday, as better than expected German and U.S. data bolstered risk appetite, while Irish stocks surged to their best closing level in nearly half a year amid a possible delay to Brexit.
European shares were little changed on Friday as investors waited for a closely watched U.S. jobs report and trade talks between China and the United States continued.
Luxembourg-based satellite company SES cut its 2020 outlook on Wednesday to reflect a more prudent view of its Video division, triggering volatile moves in its share price.
Satellite company SES <SESFg.LU> beat core profit forecasts for the second quarter in a row on Friday thanks to strong growth in its networks business, sending its shares up over 7 percent.
Satellite company SES <SESFg.LU> on Friday beat first-half core profit forecasts, boosted by strong growth in its networks business.
A buoyant media sector drove European stocks higher on Thursday following a new bid for British pay-TV firm Sky <SKYB.L>, helping shares stabilize after heavy losses in the previous session, when fears of an escalating trade war hit markets.
France's Eutelsat is joining satellite operator rivals Intelsat and SES in a proposal to free up spectrum for the rollout of 5G mobile networks in the United States, which the companies hope will boost their profits.
France's Eutelsat will join satellite operator rivals Intelsat and SES in a proposal to allow mobile operators to quickly access part of the C-band spectrum in the United States, the companies said on Thursday.
European banking stocks and Italian shares jumped on Monday after Italy's new economy minister promised to keep the country in the euro, dissipating investors' fears of a euro zone break-up and boosting sentiment after a fraught G7 summit.
Shares in British satellite company Inmarsat Plc surged around 12 percent on Monday after the company rejected a bid from U.S. company EchoStar late last week.
British satellite firm Inmarsat <ISA.L> on Friday rejected a takeover approach from U.S. firm EchoStar <SATS.O>, saying it significantly undervalued the company.
* ESA AND SES-LED CONSORTIUM TO DEVELOP SATELLITE-BASED CYBERSECURITY Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
Well-received results from Spanish banks and a recovery among tech stocks lifted European shares to a fifth straight week of gains on Friday, its longest winning streak since September.
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