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Basic data

The voestalpine AG share is listed on the Official Market of the Vienna Stock Exchange.
The share is also traded in Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Munich, Hamburg, Berlin, and on the SEAQ in London.

Stock identification no.: 93750 (Vienna Stock Exchange); 897200 (Germany)
ISIN AT0000937503
Initial public offering (IPO): October 9. 1995; share price EUR 5.18*
Number of listed shares:  172,449,163 shares*
Reuters: VOES.VI
Bloomberg: VOE AV

* 1:4 share split on August 1, 2006; contingent capital increase on July 4, 2007 by 6,039,033 no-par value shares; contingent capital increase on November 28, 2008 by 159,999 no-par value shares; capital increase on March 27, 2009 by 3,300,000 no-par value shares; contingent capital increase on December 22, 2009 by 216,266 no-par value shares; contingent capital increase on January 29, 2010 by 933,865 no-par value shares; capital increase on September 12, 2012 by 3,400,000 no-par value shares

Index listing

Some indices that list voestalpine shares:

Index Region Homepage
ATX Austria www.indices.cc
ATX five Austria www.indices.cc
ATX Prime Austria www.indices.cc
Stoxx 600 Europe www.stoxx.com
Stoxx 600 Basic Europe Europe www.stoxx.com
Stoxx 600 Basic Eurozone Europe www.stoxx.com
MSCI Austria Austria www.msci.com
MSCI Europe Europe www.msci.com

Please find a complete list of indices including voestalpine below:

Shareholder structure

 

Key date: 31 March 2013

Eigentümerstruktur_2011_12

54 % Austria
14 % voestalpine Employee shareholding scheme
9 % North America
7 % UK, Ireland
7 % Scandinavia
3 % Germany
2 % France
1 % Asia
3 % Rest of Europe
 

 

Largest individual shareholders:

Raiffeisenlandesbank Oberösterreich Invest GmbH & Co OG < 15 %
voestalpine Employee shareholding scheme 14.4 %
Oberbank AG 7.9 %
Norges Bank > 4 %

 

Analysts' recommendations

The following banks have published analyses of voestalpine in recent months:

Alpha Value Hans-Peter Wodniok ADD Mar 14
Baader Bank Christian Obst HOLD Feb 14
Banco Espirito Santo de Investmento Rui Dias BUY Dec 13
Bank of America
Merrill Lynch
Cedar Ekblom /
Stephanie Bothwell
BUY Mar 14
Citigroup Michael Flitton NEUTRAL Mar 14
Commerzbank Ingo-Martin Schachel HOLD Feb 14
Credit Suisse Michael Shillaker /
James Gurry
OUTPERFORM Mar 14
Deutsche Bank Bastian Synagowitz HOLD Feb 14
Erste Bank Franz Hörl HOLD Feb 14
Exane Sylvain Brunet /
Raphael Veverka
NEUTRAL Nov 13
Goldman Sachs Stephen Benson /
Ken Foong
BUY Feb 14
HSBC Thorsten Zimmermann UNDERWEIGHT Feb 14
Jefferies Seth Rosenfeld HOLD Feb 14
JP Morgan Alessandro Abate OVERWEIGHT Mar 14
Kepler Cheuvreux Rochus Brauneiser REDUCE Feb 14
Macquarie Jeff Largey /
Daniel Lurch
OUTPERFORM Aug 13
MainFirst Alexander Hauenstein OUTPERFORM Nov 13
Morgan Stanley Alexander Haissl EQUALWEIGHT Feb 14
Nomura Neil Sampat NEUTRAL Feb 13
Raiffeisen Centrobank Markus Remis HOLD Feb 14
Societe Generale Abhishek Shukla BUY Feb 14
Steubing Michael Broeker BUY Jun 13
UBS Carsten Riek SELL Feb 14

The analyses and estimates published on this website are based on forecasts provided by the investment banks and analysts listed above.
voestalpine assumes no liability for the correctness or completeness of the provided recommendations.
The information on this website does not represent an offer to sell nor does it advertise the purchase or subscription of shares, and it should therefore not be the basis for an investment decision. It is solely intended for information purposes.

 

Dividends

FY* Ø share price per FY Dividend per share (EUR) Dividend return
based on Ø
share price
Ex-dividend date
1995 5.36 0.24 4.4% ---
1996 6.42 0.22 3.4% 1997-07-07
1997/98 9.53 0.27 2.9% 1998-07-06
1998/99 7.32 0.30 4.1% 1999-07-12
1999/00 7.80 0.30 3.8% 2000-07-10
2000/01 7.45 0.48 6.4% 2001-07-10
2001/02 8.02 0.30 3.7% 2002-07-09
2002/03 6.89 0.30 4.4% 2003-07-07
2003/04 8.22 0.40 4.9% 2004-07-08
2004/05 11.81 0.53 4.4% 2005-07-12
2005/06 18.17 0.78 4.3% 2006-07-10
2006/07 35.41 1.45 4.1% 2007-07-09
2007/08 52.60 2.10 4.0% 2008-07-07
2008/09 29.25 1.05 3.6% 2009-07-06
2009/10 22.41 0.50 2.2% 2010-07-12
2010/11 28.77 0.80 2.8 % 2011-07-11
2011/12 27.78 0.80 2.9 % 2012-07-09
2012/13 23.99 0.90 3.8 % 2013-07-08

 *All data before BY 2006/07 adjusted according the share split (1:4) in August 2006

History

Initial public offering October 1995
Combined Offering: 9,330,000 shares
thereof new shares: 3,000,000 shares
thereof old shares: 6,330,000 shares
Offer price: ATS 285.00 / EUR 20.71

(Shares outstanding before: 30,500,000 shares)
(Total number of shares 1996: 33,000,000 shares)

Capital increase April 2002
Combined Offering: 6,600,000 shares
Offer price: EUR 32.50
Total number of shares: 39,600,000 shares

Privatization September 2003 (exchangeable bond ÖIAG)
Combined Offering: 7,780,758 shares
Offer price: EUR 32.50
Total number of shares: 39,600,000 shares

Convertible Bond August 2005
Volume: EUR 250 Mio.
Conversion price per share: EUR 74.98
Corresponding number of shares: 3,334,220 shares
(Serving possible via capital increase or bought back shares)
Total number of shares: 39,600,000 shares

Share split August 2006
As a result of the share split in the ratio of 1:4 which took effect on August 1, 2006, the number of voestalpine bearer shares increased from 39,600,000 to 158,000,000.

Conditional capital increase Juli 2007
Conversion of convertible bond: 6,039,033 shares
Total number of shares: 164,439,033 shares

Conditional capital increase November 2008
Conversion of convertible bond: 159,999 shares
Total number of shares: 164,599,032 shares

Capital increase from authorized capital March 2009
Subscription of 3,300,000 shares by voestalpine Mitarbeiterbeteiligung Privatstiftung
Total number of shares: 167,899,032 shares

Conditional capital increase until January 2010
Conversion of convertible bond: 1,150,131 shares
Total number of shares: 169,049,163 shares

Capital increase from authorized capital September 2012
Subscription of 3,400,000 shares by voestalpine Mitarbeiterbeteiligung Privatstiftung
Total number of shares: 172,449,163shares

 

About voestalpine The voestalpine Group is a steel-based technology and capital goods group that operates worldwide. With its top-quality products, the Group is one of the leading partners to the automotive and consumer goods industries in Europe and to the oil and gas industries worldwide.
Facts
50 Countries on all 5 continents
500 Group companies and locations
46,400 Employees worldwide
Earnings FY 2012/13
11.5 Billion Revenue
1.45 Billion EBITDA
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