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21st Austria weekly - Andritz, Palfinger, Erste Group, RBI, ams Osram (30/07/2021)

01.08.2021

Andritz: Revenue of the technology group Andritz in the first half of 2021 amounted to Euro 3,027.0 mn and fell by 4.6% compared to the previous year’s reference period (first half of 2020: Euro 3,173.0 mn). The EBITA of the ANDRITZ GROUP amounted to Euro 237.7 mn in the first half of 2021 and was significantly higher than the level of the previous year’s reference period (+36.4% versus H1 2020: Euro 174.3 mn). In the first half of 2021, the net income (without non-controlling interests) amounted to Euro 136.7 mn (H1 2020: 84.9 mn).
Andritz: weekly performance: -1.02%

Palfinger: The worldwide economic upswing following pandemic year 2020 had a significantly positive impact on the revenue and results of lifting solutions provider Palfinger in the 1st half of 2021. Revenue in the first six months rose by 21.1 percent to Euro 884.1 mn. Despite the cyberattack in January, EBIT increased by 137.8 percent to Euro 92.1 mn and net debt/EBITDA is now at 1.63, the lowest level since 2007. The results of both the 2nd quarter and the first half of 2021 represent new records in the history of the company.
Palfinger: weekly performance: 3.55%

Erste Group: Erste Group, lender in Central and Eastern Europe, continued its strong business performance in 2021 by posting a 24% year-on-year rise in its operating result to Euro 1.69 bn for the first half of the year (H1/2020: 1.36 billion euros). This was driven by solid net interest income, a significant rise in net fee and commission income and the strong increase in the net trading and fair value result. With the risk environment in the region remaining favourable in the first half of 2021, the banking group posted risk costs of 83 million euros, compared to 675 million euros a year earlier, when Erste undertook a front-loading response to the risk associated with the outbreak of the Covid crisis. The Group’s net profit increased to Euro 918 mn (H1/2020: 294 mn). The comparison to a pre-Corona year: net profit was 732 million euros for the first half of 2019. Erste Group CFO Stefan Dörfler: “As we’re a bank that’s closely linked to the real economy, the ongoing macro upswing is directly reflected in our balance sheet. A solid earnings situation, stable costs and a significantly lower volume of risk provisions compared to the Corona year 2020 have all contributed to a clear improvement in our half-year results. We are cautiously optimistic for the year 2021 as a whole, even as we are aware that much depends on the further course of the pandemic and its medium-term impact on the economy."
Erste Group: weekly performance: 3.61%

Raiffeisen Bank Inernational: The positive earnings trend from the first quarter continued in the second quarter. Consolidated profit substantially increased by 66 per cent to Euro 612 mn year-on-year. An expansion of business volumes, primarily in short-term lending, allowed for a stabilization of net interest income, which had been impacted by key interest rate cuts and currency devaluations. The increase in consolidated profit was also due to significantly lower loan loss provisions, which at Euro 110 mn were 65 per cent down on the comparable period. We have significantly improved our consolidated result compared to the same period of the previous year, successfully completed the acquisition of the Czech Equa bank and achieved great successes in the issuance and arrangement of green bonds," said Johann Strobl, CEO of RBI.
RBI: weekly performance: 6.11%

ams Osram: First half group revenues of ams Osram, a global leader in optical solutions, were USD 3,035 mn with comparable prior year figures not available due to the acquisition of OSRAM. Adjusted group gross margin for the first half 2021 was 34% with comparable prior year figures not available. Group net income was USD 174 mn for the first half with comparable prior year figures not available (excluding adjustments: USD -193 mn). Looking forward, CEO Alexander Everke says “ongoing tightness in chip supply and imbalances in supply chains continue to limit the ability to fully deliver against what is ongoing strong demand, particularly in the automotive market. I expect these imbalances to extend well into the latter part of the second half year. Short-term revenue drivers continue to be automotive lighting and consumer optical sensing in areas like display management and camera enhancement. At the same time, we are moving on integrated product roadmaps that will drive our position in mid-term growth markets including UV-C LED, advanced LED front lighting systems, AR, 3D applications, and more. AMS: weekly performance: 3.14%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (30/07/2021)


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21st Austria weekly - Andritz, Palfinger, Erste Group, RBI, ams Osram (30/07/2021)


01.08.2021


Andritz: Revenue of the technology group Andritz in the first half of 2021 amounted to Euro 3,027.0 mn and fell by 4.6% compared to the previous year’s reference period (first half of 2020: Euro 3,173.0 mn). The EBITA of the ANDRITZ GROUP amounted to Euro 237.7 mn in the first half of 2021 and was significantly higher than the level of the previous year’s reference period (+36.4% versus H1 2020: Euro 174.3 mn). In the first half of 2021, the net income (without non-controlling interests) amounted to Euro 136.7 mn (H1 2020: 84.9 mn).
Andritz: weekly performance: -1.02%

Palfinger: The worldwide economic upswing following pandemic year 2020 had a significantly positive impact on the revenue and results of lifting solutions provider Palfinger in the 1st half of 2021. Revenue in the first six months rose by 21.1 percent to Euro 884.1 mn. Despite the cyberattack in January, EBIT increased by 137.8 percent to Euro 92.1 mn and net debt/EBITDA is now at 1.63, the lowest level since 2007. The results of both the 2nd quarter and the first half of 2021 represent new records in the history of the company.
Palfinger: weekly performance: 3.55%

Erste Group: Erste Group, lender in Central and Eastern Europe, continued its strong business performance in 2021 by posting a 24% year-on-year rise in its operating result to Euro 1.69 bn for the first half of the year (H1/2020: 1.36 billion euros). This was driven by solid net interest income, a significant rise in net fee and commission income and the strong increase in the net trading and fair value result. With the risk environment in the region remaining favourable in the first half of 2021, the banking group posted risk costs of 83 million euros, compared to 675 million euros a year earlier, when Erste undertook a front-loading response to the risk associated with the outbreak of the Covid crisis. The Group’s net profit increased to Euro 918 mn (H1/2020: 294 mn). The comparison to a pre-Corona year: net profit was 732 million euros for the first half of 2019. Erste Group CFO Stefan Dörfler: “As we’re a bank that’s closely linked to the real economy, the ongoing macro upswing is directly reflected in our balance sheet. A solid earnings situation, stable costs and a significantly lower volume of risk provisions compared to the Corona year 2020 have all contributed to a clear improvement in our half-year results. We are cautiously optimistic for the year 2021 as a whole, even as we are aware that much depends on the further course of the pandemic and its medium-term impact on the economy."
Erste Group: weekly performance: 3.61%

Raiffeisen Bank Inernational: The positive earnings trend from the first quarter continued in the second quarter. Consolidated profit substantially increased by 66 per cent to Euro 612 mn year-on-year. An expansion of business volumes, primarily in short-term lending, allowed for a stabilization of net interest income, which had been impacted by key interest rate cuts and currency devaluations. The increase in consolidated profit was also due to significantly lower loan loss provisions, which at Euro 110 mn were 65 per cent down on the comparable period. We have significantly improved our consolidated result compared to the same period of the previous year, successfully completed the acquisition of the Czech Equa bank and achieved great successes in the issuance and arrangement of green bonds," said Johann Strobl, CEO of RBI.
RBI: weekly performance: 6.11%

ams Osram: First half group revenues of ams Osram, a global leader in optical solutions, were USD 3,035 mn with comparable prior year figures not available due to the acquisition of OSRAM. Adjusted group gross margin for the first half 2021 was 34% with comparable prior year figures not available. Group net income was USD 174 mn for the first half with comparable prior year figures not available (excluding adjustments: USD -193 mn). Looking forward, CEO Alexander Everke says “ongoing tightness in chip supply and imbalances in supply chains continue to limit the ability to fully deliver against what is ongoing strong demand, particularly in the automotive market. I expect these imbalances to extend well into the latter part of the second half year. Short-term revenue drivers continue to be automotive lighting and consumer optical sensing in areas like display management and camera enhancement. At the same time, we are moving on integrated product roadmaps that will drive our position in mid-term growth markets including UV-C LED, advanced LED front lighting systems, AR, 3D applications, and more. AMS: weekly performance: 3.14%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (30/07/2021)




 

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