|Last Price||141.20||Max Price||143.80|
|Min Price||70.71||1 Year return||34.40|
Siemens primarily operates in the electronics sector. The global electronics companies gained around 25 percent over the last 10 years. Measured since 2011 the sector is 44 percent higher and over the past 12 months (December 2015-2016) there is a minus of 25 percent.
Over the last 12 months, that were profitable period for the investors in Siemens, the stock gained around 30 percent. The period between August 2011 and August 2016 was a profitable period for the investors. The stock rose on average 64 percent. Siemens's revenues between 2011 and 2015 were relatively stable and moved between 78,3 billion euros and 75,64 billion euros. Siemens's net incomes between 2011 and 2015 were quiet similar and moved between 7,01 billion euros and 5,35 billion euros.
The German company paid out dividends in the past 5 years. Over the past 5 years the stock delivered an average dividend return of 15,8 percent. Over the past 5 years Siemens raised her dividends share each year. Based on the raising dividend payments Siemens can be seen as a kind of dividend aristocrat.
At the end of 2015 around 357000 thousand people were employed at Siemens.
At the end of 2015 the electronics company's balance sheet was worth 120,35 billion euros. At the end of 2015 the total debt positon equaled 85,87 billion euros. This is around 71,35 percent of the total balance sheet. As per the end of 2015 Siemens's price/earnings-ratio equaled 15. So investors paid for 1 stock 15 times the earnings per share of 2015. Many analysts say that based on her price/earnings-ratio and dividend yield the German stock can be seen as a value stock.
The electronics company's market capitalization (the number of shares outstanding times the market value) equaled around 70,43 billion euros. At the end of 2015 the German company had around 823,41 million stocks listed.