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Worldline SA (WLN.PA)

Paris - Paris 延遲價格。貨幣為 EUR。
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11.76-0.43 (-3.53%)
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前收市價12.19
開市12.03
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今日波幅11.65 - 12.03
52 週波幅9.01 - 37.44
成交量1,647,420
平均成交量1,518,057
市值3.446B
Beta 值 (5 年,每月)1.36
市盈率 (最近 12 個月)
每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)-2.90
業績公佈日2024年8月01日
遠期股息及收益率無 (無)
除息日
1 年預測目標價14.30
  • Reuters

    Worldline shares fall after $1.25 billion hit in merchant services

    (Reuters) -French payments company Worldline plunged to a full-year net loss after it took a 1.15 billion euros ($1.25 billion) impairment in its merchant services division and signalled a weak outlook, sending its shares down 15% on Wednesday. Paris-based Worldline, which processes digital payments for clients ranging from merchants to government agencies, boomed during the pandemic when investors piled into European payments companies, attracted by their rapid growth as customers ditched cash and by consolidation in the industry. But Worldline shares lost more than half their value in October, sending shockwaves across the sector, after it cut its full-year financial targets, citing an economic slowdown and heightened scrutiny over money-laundering risks in Germany.

  • Reuters

    Worldline to lay off 8% of its workforce

    "Worldline confirms that it has initiated social processes with the relevant employee representative bodies within the Worldline group," it said in a statement. The fintech company's shares sank in October after it shocked investors by cutting full-year targets and announcing that it was cutting ties with some merchants to reduce crime risks. Worldline received a boost last month after French bank Credit Agricole bought a 7% stake in the payments group.

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