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Clôture précédente129,20
Offre130,92 x S.O.
Vente131,00 x S.O.
Var. jour128,46 - 131,44
Sur 52 semaines78,93 - 131,44
Volume81 066
Volume moyen64 051
Cap. boursière101,987B
Bêta (mensuel sur 3 exercices)0,55
Rapport P/E (sur 12 mois)36,37
BPA (sur 12 mois)3,61
Date de bénéficesS.O.
Dividende et rendement à terme1,65 (1,28 %)
Date ex-dividende2019-04-15
Objectif sur 1 an113,00
  • Globe Newswireil y a 4 mois

    Atos and OneWeb Satellites make the world first mass-production of satellites real

    Paris, March 12, 2019 – Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, announces that it supported OneWeb in the successful launch of 6 satellites on February 27, providing all the Assembly, Integration and Testing (AIT) equipment while achieving the world’s first mass-production of satellites.Atos supports the OneWeb Constellation Program primed by Airbus OneWeb Satellites*, that consists of the design, development and manufacturing and test of more than 600 satellites which would provide affordable high-speed Internet access across the globe. The challenge is immense as satellites have never been mass-produced to this extent before. The demand to produce several small satellites a day and bridge the digital divide by 2027 are what inspired the Airbus OneWeb Satellites team to develop innovative designs and processes that could lower the costs with large volumes for high-performance space applications.Atos ensures optimal satellites performance with its integrated suite of electrical satellite testing solutionsAtos EGSE suite of solutions enables satellites to be tested on the ground prior to launch to prevent or fix any issues and make sure all requirements are met, thus reducing the strategic and financial impact of a potential single faulty component.With the delivery of 80 EGSE systems for the Airbus OneWeb Satellites’ Toulouse and Florida production lines, Atos is Airbus OneWeb Satellites’ largest and preferred supplier for Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE). Atos partners with its client OneWeb Satellites to take up the challenge of mass-producing EGSEs for the first time. OneWeb Satellites achieves the world’s first mass-production of satellites with AtosBy optimising Atos’ leading power supply product line ProUSTuniverSAS to an unprecedented level of integration and power density, this world-first was made possible. UniverSAS substitutes many types of power test equipment and has a vast electrical parameter envelope, standardized to a single device.As the space industry enters a new era of cost consciousness, improving the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) - via a dense footprint, a simplified service and an increased availability - was at the forefront of the development effort. The result achieved by Atos is revolutionary, with a device that redefines the capability of spacecraft and satellite power testing systems. Hans-Martin Steiner, Atos Space and Avionics CTO, said: “Huge congratulations to OneWeb for the successful launch. We are delighted to be part of the evolution of the leading edge technology of today. The Atos team has worked tremendously hard to overcome the challenges of delivering in a short timescale a large amount of EGSEs.”To know more about Atos Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE): click here. To download ProUSTuniverSAS factsheet: click here. Learn more on*OneWeb Satellites is a joint venture between Airbus, the global leader in the aerospace industry, and OneWeb, a company founded in 2012 that will deploy and operate a constellation of up to 900 low-earth orbit satellites providing global high-speed internet access.****About AtosAtos is a global leader in digital transformation with 120,000 employees in 73 countries and annual revenue of € 13 billion. European number one in Cloud, Cybersecurity and High-Performance Computing, the Group provides end-to-end Orchestrated Hybrid Cloud, Big Data, Business Applications and Digital Workplace solutions through its Digital Transformation Factory, as well as transactional services through Worldline, the European leader in the payment industry. With its cutting-edge technologies and industry knowledge, Atos supports the digital transformation of its clients across all business sectors. The Group is the Worldwide Information Technology Partner for the Olympic & Paralympic Games and operates under the brands Atos, Atos Syntel, Unify and Worldline. Atos is listed on the CAC40 Paris stock index.Press contact: Sylvie Raybaud – \- +33 6 95 91 96 71 - @Sylvie_Raybaud   Attachment * Atos and OneWeb Satellites make the world first mass-production of satellites real

  • Airbus met un point final à son géant des airs l'A380, faute de commandes
    AFPil y a 5 mois

    Airbus met un point final à son géant des airs l'A380, faute de commandes

    Airbus a annoncé jeudi la fin de la production de l'A380, son emblématique géant des airs entré en service en 2007, en bout de course faute de commandes et qu'il cessera de livrer en 2021.

  • Arrêt de l'A380 : "Un pari" fait "trop tôt", son arrêt "était une suite presque logique hélas", selon la CFE-CGC
    Franceinfoil y a 5 mois

    Arrêt de l'A380 : "Un pari" fait "trop tôt", son arrêt "était une suite presque logique hélas", selon la CFE-CGC

    La responsable CFE-CGC Françoise Vallin, chargée des sites de Toulouse, Nanterre et Saint-Nazaire de Airbus Group réagit jeudi à l'arrêt de la production de l'A380 par l'avionneur.

  • Globe Newswireil y a 5 mois

    Airbus and Dassault Aviation sign Joint Concept Study contract for Future Combat Air System

    Airbus and Dassault Aviation sign Joint Concept Study contract for Future Combat Air System    * Joint Concept Study (JCS) based on High Level Common Operational Requirements Document (HLCORD) signed in 2018 by France and Germany * Follows landmark agreement between Dassault Aviation and Airbus Defence and Space in 2018 to develop and produce Future Combat Air System * Identifies preferred baseline concepts for its major pillars such as Next Generation Fighter (NGF), Remote Carriers (RCs) and a System of Systems and associated next generation services * To assess operational and technical viability, as well as evaluate programme feasibility of the baseline concepts * Identifies joint demonstrators and technology needs Paris / Munich, 6 February 2019 - France and Germany have awarded the first-ever contract - a Joint Concept Study (JCS) - to Dassault Aviation (stock exchange symbol: AM) and Airbus (stock exchange symbol: AIR) for the Future Combat Air System (FCAS) programme. The launch of the JCS was announced by the French Minister of the Armed Forces, Florence Parly, and her German counterpart, Ursula von der Leyen, at a meeting today in Paris. The decision by both countries represents a milestone to secure European sovereignty and technological leadership in the military aviation sector for the coming decades. Starting date for the two-year study is 20 February 2019. Eric Trappier, Chairman and CEO of Dassault Aviation, said: "This new step is the cornerstone to ensure tomorrow's European strategic autonomy. We, as Dassault Aviation, will mobilize our competencies as System Architect and Integrator, to meet the requirements of the Nations and to keep our continent as a world-class leader in the crucial field of Air Combat Systems." Dirk Hoke, CEO of Airbus Defence and Space, said: "FCAS is one of the most ambitious European defence programmes of the century. With today's contract signature, we are finally setting this high-technology programme fully in motion. Both companies are committed to providing the best solutions to our Nations with regard to the New Generation Fighter as well as the systems of systems accompanying it. We are truly excited about having been given this opportunity and appreciate the trust placed in both our companies." This planned Next Generation Weapons System will consist of a highly capable manned "New Generation Fighter" (NGF) teaming with a set of new and upgraded weapons as well as a set of unmanned systems (Remote Carriers) linked by a Combat Cloud and its Ecosystem embedded in a System-of-Systems FCAS architecture. The JCS is based on the bi-nationally agreed High Level Common Operational Requirements Document (HLCORD) signed at Berlin Air Show ILA in April 2018 between the Defence Ministers of France and Germany as well as respective national concept studies. Its aim is to conceptualise the different FCAS capabilities and to pave the way for future design, industrialisation, as well as an estimated full operational capability by 2040. The study will prepare and initiate demonstrator programmes for launch at the Paris Air Show in June 2019. ***** About Dassault Aviation With over 10,000 military and civil aircraft delivered in more than 90 countries over the last century, Dassault Aviation has built up expertise recognized worldwide in the design, development, sale and support of all types of aircraft, ranging from the Rafale fighter, to the high-end Falcon family of business jets and military drones. In 2017, Dassault Aviation reported revenues of €4.8 billion. The company has 11,400 employees. About Airbus Airbus is a global leader in aeronautics, space and related services. In 2017 it generated reported revenues of € 67 billion - or € 59 billion restated for IFRS 15 - and employed a workforce of around 129,000. Airbus offers the most comprehensive range of passenger airliners from 100 to more than 600 seats. Airbus is also a European leader providing tanker, combat, transport and mission aircraft, as well as one of the world's leading space companies. In helicopters, Airbus provides the most efficient civil and military rotorcraft solutions worldwide. Media contacts Airbus                                                                                                                   Martin Agüera              +49 175 227 4369 Bruno Daffix                   +33 648 09 96 50 Guillaume Steuer           +33 673 82 11 68        Dassault Aviation Nathalie Bakhos:         +33 (0)1 47 11 92 75                                                    Attachment * Airbus and Dassault Aviation sign Joint Concept Study contract for Fut.pdf

  • Cercle Financeil y a 8 mois

    Marché: embellie sur Paris, retour près des 5.100 points

    ( - La Bourse de Paris ouvre cette journée de mercredi, veille de jour férié - mais pas pour les marchés -, sur une très nette hausse, s'affichant bien au-delà des 5.000 points au point ...

  • Cercle Financeil y a 8 mois

    Airbus: à l'achat, UBS vise toujours 130 euros

    ( - UBS salue les comptes trimestriels du constructeur aéronautique Airbus Group en confirmant ce matin son conseil d'achat sur l'action. L'objectif de cours visé à un horizon de 12 mois ...

  • Cercle Financeil y a 8 mois

    Airbus: hausse de 4% du résultat net à neuf mois

    ( - Airbus Group publie un résultat net consolidé en hausse de 4% à 1.453 millions d'euros au titre des neuf premiers mois de 2018, soit 1,88 euro par action, et un EBIT ajusté plus que ...

  • Cercle Financeil y a 9 mois

    Airbus: Credit suisse passe à l'achat

    ( - Précédemment 'neutre' sur le titre de l'avionneur européen Airbus Group, Credit suisse est passé à l'achat ('surperformance') ce matin, tout en relevant son objectif de cours de 110 ...

  • Cercle Financel’année dernière

    Airbus: UBS porte sa cible à 124 euros

    ( - UBS revient sur les comptes semestriels publiés par Airbus Group. Tout en confirmant son conseil d'achat sur le titre, il a porté son objectif de cours à 12 mois de 107 à 124 euros ...

  • Cercle Financel’année dernière

    Airbus: 50 A321neo de plus pour Vietjet

    ( - Airbus Group annonce ce matin, alors que le salon aéronautique de Farnsborough se poursuit, que la compagnie aérienne vietnamienne Vietjet a signé un protocole d'accord en vue de ...

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