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21st Austria weekly - Amag, OMV, Erste Group (30/10/2019)

03.11.2019

Amag: Amag Austria Metall AG reported Q1-Q3/2019 figures. Because of the site expansion implemented in recent years, total shipments in the first three quarters increased by 7% year-on-year to 336,500 tonnes. In terms of revenue, this almost completely offset the effect of the lower aluminium price. Revenue of Euro 821.5 mn was approximately at the level of the previous year's comparable period (Q1 to Q3 2018: Euro 825.0 mn). Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) in the first three quarters stood at Euro 109.2 mn, compared with Euro 120.1 mn in the previous year. This reduction mainly reflected the market-led decline in prices. In particular, lower raw material costs exerted a positive effect. EBIT amounted to Euro 47.9 mn, compared with Euro 60.0 mn in the previous year. Net income after taxes reduced from Euro 43.4 mn to Euro 30.0 mn. The Management Board anticipates EBITDA for Group in a range between Euro 125 mn and Euro 140 mn for the 2019 financial year.
Amag: weekly performance: 4.12%

OMV: Austrian oil and gas company OMV increased consolidated sales after nine month  by 7% to Euro 17,387 mn. The clean CCS Operating Result increased by 6% to 2,755 mn. Profit before tax has been raised by 28 % to Euro 2,675 mn. As of September 30, 2019, net debt equaled EUR 4,903 mn compared to EUR 2,306 mn as of September 30, 2018. The gearing ratio increased to 29% (September 30, 2018: 16%). This was mainly due to the acquisition of a 15% stake in the ADNOC Refining business in Q3/19 as well as the implementation of IFRS 16 starting from January 1, 2019. For further details see the Group Interim Financial Statements. For the year 2019, OMV expects the average Brent oil price to be at USD 65/bbl (2018: USD 71/bbl). In 2019, average European gas spot prices are anticipated to be lower compared to 2018. In 2019, organic CAPEX (including capitalized E&A and excluding acquisitions) is projected to come in at Euro 2.3 bn (2018: Euro 1.9 bn).
OMV: weekly performance: 1.15%

Erste Group: Erste Group posted net profit of Euro 1,223.0 mn in 1-9 2019 (-0.4%; Euro 1.228.3 min). Net interest income increased – mainly in the Czech Republic, but also in Romania and Hungary – to Euro 3,517.4 mn (+4.3%; Euro 3,372.0 mn). Net fee and commission income rose to Euro 1,484.3 mn (+3.7%; Euro 1,430.7 mn) on the back of payment services, from lending and asset management. While net trading result improved significantly to Euro 419.3 mn (Euro -50.4 mn), the line item gains/losses from financial instruments measured at fair value through profit or loss declined to Euro -189.4 mn (Euro 165.8 mn), the development of both line items was driven by valuation effects. Overall, the operating result rose to Euro 2,233.3 mn (+12.0%; Euro 1,993.9 mn) and the cost/income ratio improved to 58.6% (60.9%). The NPL ratio based on gross customer loans improved further to 2.7% (3.2%). The NPL coverage ratio increased to 76.9% (73.4%).
Erste Group: weekly performance: 0.19%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (30/10/2019)


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21st Austria weekly - Amag, OMV, Erste Group (30/10/2019)


03.11.2019


Amag: Amag Austria Metall AG reported Q1-Q3/2019 figures. Because of the site expansion implemented in recent years, total shipments in the first three quarters increased by 7% year-on-year to 336,500 tonnes. In terms of revenue, this almost completely offset the effect of the lower aluminium price. Revenue of Euro 821.5 mn was approximately at the level of the previous year's comparable period (Q1 to Q3 2018: Euro 825.0 mn). Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) in the first three quarters stood at Euro 109.2 mn, compared with Euro 120.1 mn in the previous year. This reduction mainly reflected the market-led decline in prices. In particular, lower raw material costs exerted a positive effect. EBIT amounted to Euro 47.9 mn, compared with Euro 60.0 mn in the previous year. Net income after taxes reduced from Euro 43.4 mn to Euro 30.0 mn. The Management Board anticipates EBITDA for Group in a range between Euro 125 mn and Euro 140 mn for the 2019 financial year.
Amag: weekly performance: 4.12%

OMV: Austrian oil and gas company OMV increased consolidated sales after nine month  by 7% to Euro 17,387 mn. The clean CCS Operating Result increased by 6% to 2,755 mn. Profit before tax has been raised by 28 % to Euro 2,675 mn. As of September 30, 2019, net debt equaled EUR 4,903 mn compared to EUR 2,306 mn as of September 30, 2018. The gearing ratio increased to 29% (September 30, 2018: 16%). This was mainly due to the acquisition of a 15% stake in the ADNOC Refining business in Q3/19 as well as the implementation of IFRS 16 starting from January 1, 2019. For further details see the Group Interim Financial Statements. For the year 2019, OMV expects the average Brent oil price to be at USD 65/bbl (2018: USD 71/bbl). In 2019, average European gas spot prices are anticipated to be lower compared to 2018. In 2019, organic CAPEX (including capitalized E&A and excluding acquisitions) is projected to come in at Euro 2.3 bn (2018: Euro 1.9 bn).
OMV: weekly performance: 1.15%

Erste Group: Erste Group posted net profit of Euro 1,223.0 mn in 1-9 2019 (-0.4%; Euro 1.228.3 min). Net interest income increased – mainly in the Czech Republic, but also in Romania and Hungary – to Euro 3,517.4 mn (+4.3%; Euro 3,372.0 mn). Net fee and commission income rose to Euro 1,484.3 mn (+3.7%; Euro 1,430.7 mn) on the back of payment services, from lending and asset management. While net trading result improved significantly to Euro 419.3 mn (Euro -50.4 mn), the line item gains/losses from financial instruments measured at fair value through profit or loss declined to Euro -189.4 mn (Euro 165.8 mn), the development of both line items was driven by valuation effects. Overall, the operating result rose to Euro 2,233.3 mn (+12.0%; Euro 1,993.9 mn) and the cost/income ratio improved to 58.6% (60.9%). The NPL ratio based on gross customer loans improved further to 2.7% (3.2%). The NPL coverage ratio increased to 76.9% (73.4%).
Erste Group: weekly performance: 0.19%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (30/10/2019)




 

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