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21st Austria weekly - Polytec, Raiffeisen Bank International (07/05/2021)

09.05.2021

Polytec Group: In the first quarter of 2021, the Polytec Group’s consolidated sales revenues amounted to Euro 147.8 mn and therefore lay slightly below the level of the previous year (Q1 2020: Euro 149.1 mn). This 0.9% fall in sales can be traced primarily to the deconsolidation of the „Industrial” business area, which was completed at the beginning of December 2020. Furthermore, sales revenues in the Commercial Vehicles market area were also lower, but by contrast sales revenues in the Passenger Cars & Light Commercial Vehicles market area were higher than in the first three months of last year. Group EBIT of the leading developer and manu­facturer of high-quality plastic components in the months from January to March 2021 totalled Euro 6.7 mn (Q1 2020: Euro 2.7 mn) and as opposed to the same period of 2020, the EBITDA margin was 2.7 percentage points higher at 4.5%. The group net profit for the first quarter of 2021 amounted to Euro 4.8 mn (Q1 2020: Euro 1.5 mn).
Polytec Group: weekly performance: 0.37%

RBI: Raiffeisen Bank International‘s (RBI) consolidated profit improved by more than a fifth to Euro 216 mn in the first quarter of 2021 – despite ongoing headwinds as RBI’s economic environment continues to be dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts. This is also clearly visible in currency movements, with significant depreciation pressure on numerous CEE currencies in the 2020 financial year, even though the first three months of 2021 brought a noticeable appreciation trend. Further influencing factors on consolidated profit included the ongoing low interest rate environment, subdued demand for loans and banking services due to the economic situation, as well as excess liquidity in the group. "We are satisfied with the development in the first quarter. Credit demand picked up in March. Thanks to the progress in vaccinations, we sense a positive mood. The economic recovery is visible and will continue sustainably over the next two years,” said RBI-CEO Johann Strobl. Operating income declined 11 per cent year-on-year to Euro 1,259 mn with net interest income decreasing by 13 per cent to Euro 767 mn, as a result of interest rate cuts in numerous markets of the group and of currency depreciations, especially in Russia and Ukraine. Net fee and commission income was down 3 per cent to Euro 434 mn, mainly due to lower volumes as a result of COVID-19 and to currency depreciations.
RBI: weekly performance: 2.80%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (07/05/2021)


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21st Austria weekly - Polytec, Raiffeisen Bank International (07/05/2021)


09.05.2021


Polytec Group: In the first quarter of 2021, the Polytec Group’s consolidated sales revenues amounted to Euro 147.8 mn and therefore lay slightly below the level of the previous year (Q1 2020: Euro 149.1 mn). This 0.9% fall in sales can be traced primarily to the deconsolidation of the „Industrial” business area, which was completed at the beginning of December 2020. Furthermore, sales revenues in the Commercial Vehicles market area were also lower, but by contrast sales revenues in the Passenger Cars & Light Commercial Vehicles market area were higher than in the first three months of last year. Group EBIT of the leading developer and manu­facturer of high-quality plastic components in the months from January to March 2021 totalled Euro 6.7 mn (Q1 2020: Euro 2.7 mn) and as opposed to the same period of 2020, the EBITDA margin was 2.7 percentage points higher at 4.5%. The group net profit for the first quarter of 2021 amounted to Euro 4.8 mn (Q1 2020: Euro 1.5 mn).
Polytec Group: weekly performance: 0.37%

RBI: Raiffeisen Bank International‘s (RBI) consolidated profit improved by more than a fifth to Euro 216 mn in the first quarter of 2021 – despite ongoing headwinds as RBI’s economic environment continues to be dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts. This is also clearly visible in currency movements, with significant depreciation pressure on numerous CEE currencies in the 2020 financial year, even though the first three months of 2021 brought a noticeable appreciation trend. Further influencing factors on consolidated profit included the ongoing low interest rate environment, subdued demand for loans and banking services due to the economic situation, as well as excess liquidity in the group. "We are satisfied with the development in the first quarter. Credit demand picked up in March. Thanks to the progress in vaccinations, we sense a positive mood. The economic recovery is visible and will continue sustainably over the next two years,” said RBI-CEO Johann Strobl. Operating income declined 11 per cent year-on-year to Euro 1,259 mn with net interest income decreasing by 13 per cent to Euro 767 mn, as a result of interest rate cuts in numerous markets of the group and of currency depreciations, especially in Russia and Ukraine. Net fee and commission income was down 3 per cent to Euro 434 mn, mainly due to lower volumes as a result of COVID-19 and to currency depreciations.
RBI: weekly performance: 2.80%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (07/05/2021)




 

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