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21st Austria weekly - RBI, Vienna Airport, Immofinanz, UBM, ams (14/11/2018)

14.11.2018

Raiffeisen Bank International AG (RBI): Banking group RBI increasedconsolidated results by 28.9 % to Euro 1,173 mn for the first three quarters of 2018. Operating income was up 5 % year-on-year to Euro 4,003 mn. Net interest income rose 5 % to Euro 2,519 mn, driven by the 3 % increase in the Group’s interest-bearing assets. The improvement in the NPL ratio also continued; since the start of the year it fell 1.2 percentage points and stood at 4.4 per cent at the end of September. Taking into account the expiry of the transitional provisions, the common equity tier 1 ratio was 12.3 %, the tier 1 ratio was 13.8 % and the total capital ratio was 17.0 %. “I am satisfied with the result of the first nine months. The main driver for this very good result is the development of risk costs. The earnings trend is pleasing as well”, said Johann Strobl, CEO of RBI.
RBI: weekly performance: 6.01%

Vienna Airport: Revenue of the Flughafen Wien Group (Vienna Airport), including the foreign strategic investments in Malta Airport and Kosice Airport, in the first nine months of 2018 was up 4.9% to Euro 596.3 mn, whereas EBITDA rose 6.6% to Euro 284.1 mn. EBIT improved by 14.3% to Euro 190.4 mn and the net profit in Q1-3/2018 increased by 16.5% to Euro 133.0 mn. Net debt was reduced once again to Euro 118.0 mn. The free cash flow totalled Euro 117.5 mn (Q1-3/2017: Euro 115.5 mn). The passenger forecast for the Flughafen Wien Group was raised to over 10%.
Flughafen Wien: weekly performance: -0.72%

Immofinanz: Austrian real estate company Immofinanz has purchased eight retail parks in Slovenia, Serbia and Croatia. The purchase price totals approximately Euro 90.5 mn and will be financed internally from liquid funds. These transactions increase Immofinanz’s Stop Shop portfolio to 80 locations in nine countries. Further acquisitions are currently under evaluation. The goal is to increase the number of Stop Shops to over 100 – through further acquisitions as well as own development projects.
Immofinanz: weekly performance: -1.50%

UBM: UBM Development AG, a hotel developer in Europe, has issued a new five-year, 3.125% bond with a volume of Euro 75 mn. The UBM bond was tendered through a public offer in Austria, Germany and Luxembourg and, with a denomination of Euro 500, was in particularly high demand by retail investors. UBM Development plans to use the issue proceeds to refinance existing financing and for the realisation of new and existing projects.
UBM: weekly performance: -2.17%

ams: ams, an on Swiss Stock Exchange listed Austrian supplier of sensor solutions, updated its fourth quarter 2018 outlook due to recent demand changes from a major consumer customer. As a consequence of the changes in customer demand, ams now expects fourth quarter revenues of USD 480-520 mn, a sequential increase from the third quarter, based on current information. The adjusted operating margin for the fourth quarter (excluding acquisition-based and share-based compensation costs) is now expected to reach the low to mid-teens percentage range. ams continues to expect strong cash flow generation and a meaningful free cash flow (FCF) in the fourth quarter supporting its balance sheet structure. The previous guidance was expected revenues of USD 570-610 mn and sequentially higher adjusted operating margin.
AMS: weekly performance: -31.97%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (14/11/2018)


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21st Austria weekly - RBI, Vienna Airport, Immofinanz, UBM, ams (14/11/2018)


14.11.2018


Raiffeisen Bank International AG (RBI): Banking group RBI increasedconsolidated results by 28.9 % to Euro 1,173 mn for the first three quarters of 2018. Operating income was up 5 % year-on-year to Euro 4,003 mn. Net interest income rose 5 % to Euro 2,519 mn, driven by the 3 % increase in the Group’s interest-bearing assets. The improvement in the NPL ratio also continued; since the start of the year it fell 1.2 percentage points and stood at 4.4 per cent at the end of September. Taking into account the expiry of the transitional provisions, the common equity tier 1 ratio was 12.3 %, the tier 1 ratio was 13.8 % and the total capital ratio was 17.0 %. “I am satisfied with the result of the first nine months. The main driver for this very good result is the development of risk costs. The earnings trend is pleasing as well”, said Johann Strobl, CEO of RBI.
RBI: weekly performance: 6.01%

Vienna Airport: Revenue of the Flughafen Wien Group (Vienna Airport), including the foreign strategic investments in Malta Airport and Kosice Airport, in the first nine months of 2018 was up 4.9% to Euro 596.3 mn, whereas EBITDA rose 6.6% to Euro 284.1 mn. EBIT improved by 14.3% to Euro 190.4 mn and the net profit in Q1-3/2018 increased by 16.5% to Euro 133.0 mn. Net debt was reduced once again to Euro 118.0 mn. The free cash flow totalled Euro 117.5 mn (Q1-3/2017: Euro 115.5 mn). The passenger forecast for the Flughafen Wien Group was raised to over 10%.
Flughafen Wien: weekly performance: -0.72%

Immofinanz: Austrian real estate company Immofinanz has purchased eight retail parks in Slovenia, Serbia and Croatia. The purchase price totals approximately Euro 90.5 mn and will be financed internally from liquid funds. These transactions increase Immofinanz’s Stop Shop portfolio to 80 locations in nine countries. Further acquisitions are currently under evaluation. The goal is to increase the number of Stop Shops to over 100 – through further acquisitions as well as own development projects.
Immofinanz: weekly performance: -1.50%

UBM: UBM Development AG, a hotel developer in Europe, has issued a new five-year, 3.125% bond with a volume of Euro 75 mn. The UBM bond was tendered through a public offer in Austria, Germany and Luxembourg and, with a denomination of Euro 500, was in particularly high demand by retail investors. UBM Development plans to use the issue proceeds to refinance existing financing and for the realisation of new and existing projects.
UBM: weekly performance: -2.17%

ams: ams, an on Swiss Stock Exchange listed Austrian supplier of sensor solutions, updated its fourth quarter 2018 outlook due to recent demand changes from a major consumer customer. As a consequence of the changes in customer demand, ams now expects fourth quarter revenues of USD 480-520 mn, a sequential increase from the third quarter, based on current information. The adjusted operating margin for the fourth quarter (excluding acquisition-based and share-based compensation costs) is now expected to reach the low to mid-teens percentage range. ams continues to expect strong cash flow generation and a meaningful free cash flow (FCF) in the fourth quarter supporting its balance sheet structure. The previous guidance was expected revenues of USD 570-610 mn and sequentially higher adjusted operating margin.
AMS: weekly performance: -31.97%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (14/11/2018)




 

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