Symbol: TKA.F
Exchange: FRA
Employees: 102306
thyssenkrupp AG operates in the areas of automotive technology, industrial components, plant technology, marine systems, steel, and materials services in Germany, the United States, China, and internationally. The company's Automotive Technology segment develops and manufactures components and systems and automated production systems for the automotive industry. Its Industrial Components segment manufactures and sells forged components and system solutions for the resource, construction, and mobility sectors; and slewing rings, antifriction bearings, and seamless rolled rings for the wind energy and construction machinery sectors. The company's Plant Technology segment builds plants for the chemical, cement, and mining industries. Its Marine Systems segment provides systems in the submarine and surface ship building, as well as in the field of maritime electronics and security technology. The company's Materials Services segment distributes materials and offers technical services for the production and manufacturing sectors. Its Steel Europe segment provides flat carbon steel products, intelligent material solutions, and finished parts. thyssenkrupp AG was founded in 1811 and is headquartered in Essen, Germany.

SharesMarketcapEPS52 Week Range
622.531.9686,31 B16.945


Compared to last day's close:

Last Price10,18 €
Change0,1150 €
Change %1,14%

Latest news:

  • NordLB keeps Thyssenkrupp at “Buy”

    NordLB has kept rating and price target for Thyssenkrupp unchanged: “Buy” and EUR 14.

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  • Deutsche Bank keeps Thyssenkrupp at “Buy”

    Deutsche Bank has kept rating and price target for Thyssenkrupp unchanged at “Buy” and EUR 17.

  • Credit Suisse lifts price target for Thyssenkrupp

    Credit Suisse increased price target for Thyssenkrupp from EUR 14,70 to EUR 15,80 Euro and kept the “Outperform” rating.

  • Jefferies keeps “Buy” for Thyssenkrupp

    Jefferies has kept price target and rating for Thyssenkrupp unchanged: EUR 16 and “Buy”.