ThyssenKrupp's CEO Sees Trump Offering Opportunities

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Nov.24 -- Thyssenkrupp AG, Germany’s largest steelmaker, proposed keeping its full-year dividend stable after profit matched analysts’ estimates. The management and supervisory boards recommended paying a dividend of 15 euro cents (16 cents) a share for the 12 months through September, the Essen, Germany-based company said Thursday in a statement. That compares with the Bloomberg dividend forecast of 18 euro cents. Chief Executive Officer Heinrich Hiesinger discusses business and what impact the Trump presidency will have with Guy Johnson in London and Matt Miller in Frankfurt on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."