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21st Austria weekly - OMV, Raiffeisen (06/02/2019)

10.02.2019

OMV: Austrian oil and gas company OMV reported FY 2018 figures. Consolidated sales increased by 13% to Euro 22,930 mn. Higher oil, gas and product prices as well as higher sales volumes were partially offset by the missing contribution from OMV Petrol Ofisi following its divestment in Q2/17, the company stated. The clean CCS Operating Result rose from Euro 2,958 mn in 2017 to Euro 3,646 mn. According to the company, this was mainly driven by a higher Upstream result of Euro 2,027 mn (2017: Euro 1,225 mn), due to a significantly better operational performance in the amount of Euro 582 mn. Clean CCS net income attributable to stockholders slightly decreased to Euro 1,594 mn (2017: Euro 1,624 mn). Clean CCS Earnings Per Share marginally declined to Euro 4.88 (2017: Euro 4.97). The company aims to propose a dividend per share of  1.75 Euro (+17% compared to the previous year) to the Annual General Meeting.
OMV: weekly performance: 7.55%

Raiffeisen Bank International: Banking holding Raiffeisen Bank International published preliminary figures. Consolidated profit grew by 14 % to Euro 1,270 mn and includes negative effects of Euro 159 mn from IFRS 9 model fine-tuning and other effects not captured by the risk models as well as Euro 120 mn from sale of Polish core banking operations. CET1 ratio came in at 13.4% (fully loaded) with an 85bps positive effect in Q4/2018 from disposal of the Polish core banking operations. NPL ratio decreased 186bps to 3.8% while NPL coverage ratio improved 10.6 PP to 77.7%. The Management Board decided to propose a dividend distribution of Euro 0.93 per share (vs. 0.62 Euro in 2017) to the Annual General Meeting for the 2018 financial year. This would correspond to a maximum dividend payout of Euro 306 mn and a payout ratio of 24 per cent.
RBI: weekly performance: -6.05%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (06/02/2019)


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10.02.2019


OMV: Austrian oil and gas company OMV reported FY 2018 figures. Consolidated sales increased by 13% to Euro 22,930 mn. Higher oil, gas and product prices as well as higher sales volumes were partially offset by the missing contribution from OMV Petrol Ofisi following its divestment in Q2/17, the company stated. The clean CCS Operating Result rose from Euro 2,958 mn in 2017 to Euro 3,646 mn. According to the company, this was mainly driven by a higher Upstream result of Euro 2,027 mn (2017: Euro 1,225 mn), due to a significantly better operational performance in the amount of Euro 582 mn. Clean CCS net income attributable to stockholders slightly decreased to Euro 1,594 mn (2017: Euro 1,624 mn). Clean CCS Earnings Per Share marginally declined to Euro 4.88 (2017: Euro 4.97). The company aims to propose a dividend per share of  1.75 Euro (+17% compared to the previous year) to the Annual General Meeting.
OMV: weekly performance: 7.55%

Raiffeisen Bank International: Banking holding Raiffeisen Bank International published preliminary figures. Consolidated profit grew by 14 % to Euro 1,270 mn and includes negative effects of Euro 159 mn from IFRS 9 model fine-tuning and other effects not captured by the risk models as well as Euro 120 mn from sale of Polish core banking operations. CET1 ratio came in at 13.4% (fully loaded) with an 85bps positive effect in Q4/2018 from disposal of the Polish core banking operations. NPL ratio decreased 186bps to 3.8% while NPL coverage ratio improved 10.6 PP to 77.7%. The Management Board decided to propose a dividend distribution of Euro 0.93 per share (vs. 0.62 Euro in 2017) to the Annual General Meeting for the 2018 financial year. This would correspond to a maximum dividend payout of Euro 306 mn and a payout ratio of 24 per cent.
RBI: weekly performance: -6.05%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (06/02/2019)


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