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21st Austria weekly - Agrana, OMV (13/01/2022)

16.01.2022

Agrana: In the first three quarters of the 2021|22 financial year (the nine months ended 30 November 2021), Agrana, the fruit, starch and sugar company, generated an operating profit (EBIT) of Euro 76.0 mn (Q1-Q3 prior year: Euro 84.3 million). Revenue was Euro 2,169.6 mn (Q1-Q3 prior year: Euro 1,965.3 mn). Agrana Chief Executive Officer Markus Mühleisen says: "Since the beginning of the financial year we have been forecasting that, after a weaker first six months of 2021|22, earnings in the second half of the year would be better than one year earlier. This outlook was confirmed in the third quarter with quarterly EBIT of Euro 31.2 million (Q3 prior year: Euro 28.5 mn). Following this positive trend in Q3, we also expect a very significant year-on-year improvement in EBIT in the fourth quarter. We therefore remain optimistic that, for the full financial year, we will exceed the prior year's EBIT significantly, i.e., by at least 10%. Getting there has, however, become much more difficult in the past few months amid a very strong rise in raw material and energy prices."
Agrana: weekly performance: 1.25%

OMV: OMV will make cash-neutral writedowns and value adjustments in Q4 of around 1.7 bn euros. The oil and gas company said the adjustments relate to exploration and production, the fertiliser business of subsidiary Borealis, and to the fixed assets of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company’s (ADNOC) refining unit, in which it holds a 15% stake.
OMV: weekly performance: -1.10%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (13/01/2022)


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21st Austria weekly - Agrana, OMV (13/01/2022)


16.01.2022


Agrana: In the first three quarters of the 2021|22 financial year (the nine months ended 30 November 2021), Agrana, the fruit, starch and sugar company, generated an operating profit (EBIT) of Euro 76.0 mn (Q1-Q3 prior year: Euro 84.3 million). Revenue was Euro 2,169.6 mn (Q1-Q3 prior year: Euro 1,965.3 mn). Agrana Chief Executive Officer Markus Mühleisen says: "Since the beginning of the financial year we have been forecasting that, after a weaker first six months of 2021|22, earnings in the second half of the year would be better than one year earlier. This outlook was confirmed in the third quarter with quarterly EBIT of Euro 31.2 million (Q3 prior year: Euro 28.5 mn). Following this positive trend in Q3, we also expect a very significant year-on-year improvement in EBIT in the fourth quarter. We therefore remain optimistic that, for the full financial year, we will exceed the prior year's EBIT significantly, i.e., by at least 10%. Getting there has, however, become much more difficult in the past few months amid a very strong rise in raw material and energy prices."
Agrana: weekly performance: 1.25%

OMV: OMV will make cash-neutral writedowns and value adjustments in Q4 of around 1.7 bn euros. The oil and gas company said the adjustments relate to exploration and production, the fertiliser business of subsidiary Borealis, and to the fixed assets of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company’s (ADNOC) refining unit, in which it holds a 15% stake.
OMV: weekly performance: -1.10%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (13/01/2022)


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