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21st Austria weekly - Wienerberger, Agrana, Porr (14/10/2021)

17.10.2021

Wienerberger: Brick company Wienerberger presents its group-wide Code of Conduct as a binding guideline for all employees, business partners, and suppliers, setting out the behavior expected of each and every one of its employees in the course of day-to-day business. The company's core values, i.e. expertise, passion, integrity and respect, customer orientation, entrepreneurial spirit, quality and responsibility, provided the basis for the elaboration of the Code of Conduct, which applies to the entire Wienerberger Group and all its subsidiaries. In terms of substance, the Code defines rules regarding the conduct of employees and the way of dealing with business partners and suppliers. It specifies the requirements of responsible business management and outlines the individual's responsibility in the areas of safety, environmental protection and resource consumption.
Wienerberger: weekly performance: -0.07%

Agrana: Agrana, the fruit, starch and sugar company, generated revenue of Euro 1,424.4 mn in the first half of the 2021|22 financial year, a moderate increase of 8.8% year-on-year (H1 prior year: Euro 1,309.3 mn). Operating profit (EBIT) declined by 19.7% to Euro 44.8 mn (H1 prior year: Euro 55.8 mn). The EBIT reduction was attributable to higher raw material and energy costs, a decrease in sales volumes of fruit juice concentrates from the 2020 crop, and lower margins in the Sugar segment. Agrana Chief Executive Officer Markus Mühleisen says: "Earnings in the first half of 2021|22, as expected, were below the year-earlier level. Despite an extremely volatile business environment, we reiterate our positive forecast for the full 2021|22 financial year and expect an increase of at least 10% in EBIT. A heterogeneous business trajectory since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic led to sharp swings between the quarters of the prior year, which is resulting in some base effects in the opposite direction this financial year. Following a weaker first half of the year, we are projecting a gradual earnings improvement in the second half."
Agrana: weekly performance: 0.55%

Porr: Austrian based construction group Porr starts the already announced capital increase.  The company will launch a public rights offering of up to 10,183,250 new shares on 20 October 2021. The new shares will be issued based on a capital increase against cash contributions from authorised capital. The Rights Offering will commence on Wednesday, 20 October 2021 and is expected to run until and including 3 November 2021. In the Rights Offering, shareholders holding existing shares in PORR on 15 October 2021, 23:59 CET will be able to exercise their subscription rights at the subscription price. The existing PORR shares will be traded "ex subscription rights" from 18 October 2021 onwards. The subscription price has been set at 12.00 Euro per new share. If all new shares are issued, this corresponds to gross proceeds of Euro 122,199,000.
Porr: weekly performance: -6.13%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (14/10/2021)


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21st Austria weekly - Wienerberger, Agrana, Porr (14/10/2021)


17.10.2021


Wienerberger: Brick company Wienerberger presents its group-wide Code of Conduct as a binding guideline for all employees, business partners, and suppliers, setting out the behavior expected of each and every one of its employees in the course of day-to-day business. The company's core values, i.e. expertise, passion, integrity and respect, customer orientation, entrepreneurial spirit, quality and responsibility, provided the basis for the elaboration of the Code of Conduct, which applies to the entire Wienerberger Group and all its subsidiaries. In terms of substance, the Code defines rules regarding the conduct of employees and the way of dealing with business partners and suppliers. It specifies the requirements of responsible business management and outlines the individual's responsibility in the areas of safety, environmental protection and resource consumption.
Wienerberger: weekly performance: -0.07%

Agrana: Agrana, the fruit, starch and sugar company, generated revenue of Euro 1,424.4 mn in the first half of the 2021|22 financial year, a moderate increase of 8.8% year-on-year (H1 prior year: Euro 1,309.3 mn). Operating profit (EBIT) declined by 19.7% to Euro 44.8 mn (H1 prior year: Euro 55.8 mn). The EBIT reduction was attributable to higher raw material and energy costs, a decrease in sales volumes of fruit juice concentrates from the 2020 crop, and lower margins in the Sugar segment. Agrana Chief Executive Officer Markus Mühleisen says: "Earnings in the first half of 2021|22, as expected, were below the year-earlier level. Despite an extremely volatile business environment, we reiterate our positive forecast for the full 2021|22 financial year and expect an increase of at least 10% in EBIT. A heterogeneous business trajectory since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic led to sharp swings between the quarters of the prior year, which is resulting in some base effects in the opposite direction this financial year. Following a weaker first half of the year, we are projecting a gradual earnings improvement in the second half."
Agrana: weekly performance: 0.55%

Porr: Austrian based construction group Porr starts the already announced capital increase.  The company will launch a public rights offering of up to 10,183,250 new shares on 20 October 2021. The new shares will be issued based on a capital increase against cash contributions from authorised capital. The Rights Offering will commence on Wednesday, 20 October 2021 and is expected to run until and including 3 November 2021. In the Rights Offering, shareholders holding existing shares in PORR on 15 October 2021, 23:59 CET will be able to exercise their subscription rights at the subscription price. The existing PORR shares will be traded "ex subscription rights" from 18 October 2021 onwards. The subscription price has been set at 12.00 Euro per new share. If all new shares are issued, this corresponds to gross proceeds of Euro 122,199,000.
Porr: weekly performance: -6.13%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (14/10/2021)


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