Continental AG engages in the manufacture and sale of soft rubber products, rubberized fabrics, and solid tires. It operates through the following segments: Chassis & Safety, Powertrain, Interior, Tire, ContiTech, and Other. The Chassis & Safety segment consists of the following business units: vehicle dynamics, which offers scalable electronic braking systems, software solutions, chassis electronics, and air suspension systems for vehicle stability; hydraulic brake systems, which develops and produces new solutions for traditional braking technology such as disk, hand, parking, and drum brakes, electric vacuum pumps, brake boosters, and brake hoses; passive safety and sensorics, which provides innovative protection systems for vehicle occupants, pedestrians, and cyclists, and active gas pedal; and advanced driver assistance systems, the innovative advanced driver assistance systems that uses cameras, infrared, or radar to fulfill safety and comfort functions. The Powertrain segment comprises the engine systems, transmission, sensors and actuators, hybrid electric vehicle, and fuel supply business units. The Interior segment offers solutions for information management within vehicles and networking between vehicles. The Tire segment offers tires for passenger cars, trucks, buses, construction site vehicles, special vehicles, motorcycles, and bicycles. The ContiTech segment develops products made from rubber and plastic. The Other segment refers to the centrally managed subsidiaries and affiliates including holding, financing, and insurance companies. The company was founded on October 8, 1871 and is headquartered in Hanover, Germany.
Here at Skaffold, we’ve been harping on about the benefits of global investing for years. Today Smart Investor reveal the big trends set to dominate investment markets over the next thirty or so years.
It’s a really interesting article, and includes a few A1 insights on top global healthcare stocks from Skaffold too!
Over the last month more than 825 companies in Skaffold Global have updated to reflect their latest interim or full year financial results. Of those 825 stocks, 344 have seen their Skaffold Scores change.
Microsoft (MSFT) and biopharmaceutical manufacturer Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY) have joined the US A1 club, alongside Boeing Company (BA), Mastercard (MA) and Eli Lilly (LLY). In Europe Hugo Boss (BOSS) fell from A1 to A2 whilst London-listed gambling company William Hill jumped from B2 (2011 full year to A1.