MAN Shares

Basic Information on MAN Stock

Criteria Common Shares Preference Shares
ISIN Code DE0005937007 DE0005937031
Security ID number 593700 593703
Reuters abbreviation (Xetra) MANG.DE MANG_p.DE
Bloomberg abbreviation (Xetra) MAN GY MAN3 GY

  • Capital stock: 147,040,000 individual, no-par shares, including 140,974,350 common shares (96%) and 6,065,650 preference shares (4%)
  • Stockholder Structure: Information on the Shareholder structure can be found here.
  • Arithmetic value of each share as a proportion of MAN SE capital stock: €2.56
  • Stock documentation in the form of a global certificate; no real, i.e. physical, stock certificates can be issued
  • Preference shares: non-voting, but has the advantage over common stock in regard to dividends; proprietary rights are identical
  • Trading: both classes of stock are traded on the XETRA and on all seven German stock exchanges
  • Index affiliations: CDAX, Dow Jones STOXX®, Dow Jones STOXX® Industrial, Dow Jones EURO STOXX®, Dow Jones EURO STOXX® Industrial
  • Change of stock market segment: With effect of January 4, 2016, MAN SE changed from the Prime Standard segment to the General standard segment. As a result the requirements for remaining in the MDAX are no longer met.

Key indicators for MAN common shares

  2017 2016
Earnings per share 1) in € 2.00 -0.12
Market capitalization (as of December 31) 2) in € million 14,019 13,863
Closing price in € 95.40 94.33
High in € 97.60 95.69
Low in € 93.54 90.51
Number in thousands 3) 140,974 140,974
Annual cash compensation payment in € 3.07 3.07
Dividend yield 4) in % 3.2 3.3
Total return 5) in % 4.4 5.2
Dax yield in % 12.5 6.9
MDax yield in % 18.1 6.8
  1. For continued operations.
  2. Basis: 140,974,350 common shares and 6,065,650 preferred shares.
  3. Only common shares.
  4. Annual cash compensation payment of €3.07 based on the closing price on December 31.
  5. Assumes reinvestment of the annual cash compensation payment on the last trading day of the month in which the Annual General Meeting was held.

Source: Bloomberg