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21st Austria weekly - OMV, Erste Group, Wienerberger (03/05/2019)

05.05.2019

OMV: Austrian oil and gas company OMV posted a 7% fall in first-quarter core profit to Euro 759 mn. Consolidated sales increased by 9% to Euro 5.4 bn, primarily due to higher realized oil and gas prices. The group made slow progress on its production goals, reaching 474,000 bpd by the end of March, as its business was hit by disruptions at Libya's El Sharara oil field. Work at Libya's biggest oil field resumed in March after its latest disruption. The company expects Libyan oil production to remain stable in coming months and is sticking to its output target of 500,000 barrels per day (bpd) this year. For 2019, expects upstream production to be ~500 kboe/d; Libya is expected to produce above 35 kboe/d. Refining indicator margin is expected to be below USD 5/bbl for 2019 and natural gas sales volumes are projected to be above 2018 levels with sales margins forecasted to be lower than 2018.
OMV: weekly performance: -4.53%

Erste Group: Erste Group had a strong start to its bicentenary year, posting a net profit of Euro 377.0 mn (+12.2%). The significant rise of the operating result by 11.2% was driven by higher core income – net interest income and net fee and commission income – as well as an extraordinarily strong net trading result. Despite higher deposit insurance contributions – which did not come as a surprise given the ongoing growth in customer deposits – and higher personnel costs, income grew at a faster rate than costs. Another positive factor was the continued benign risk environment, which again resulted in net releases. On the back of the continuing positive trend in asset quality, Erste Group’s NPL ratio came in at 3.0% (versus 3.2% at year-end). From today’s perspective, the bank expects to meet the targets for the anniversary year 2019 – income growing faster than costs, continuing low risk costs and a solid double-digit return on tangible equity (ROTE) of more than 11% and higher dividend per share.
Erste Group: weekly performance: -2.81%

Wienerberger: Wienerberger, leading international supplier of building materials, announced a strong start to the year, with significant year-on-year growth in revenues and EBITDA in the first quarter. Revenue grew by 15% yoy to Euro 777 mn underpinned by sound market conditions, favorable weather and execution of our strategy, including the Fast Forward 2020 program, the company stated. EBITDA (incl. IFRS) came in 89 % higher to Euro 109 mn. At this early stage in the year, following the strong performance in Q1, the Group is confident in delivering EBITDA in line with its guidance of Euro 560 to 580 mn (including a positive impact from IFRS 16 of approximately Euro 41 mn).
Wienerberger: weekly performance: 3.62%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (03/05/2019)


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OMV: Austrian oil and gas company OMV posted a 7% fall in first-quarter core profit to Euro 759 mn. Consolidated sales increased by 9% to Euro 5.4 bn, primarily due to higher realized oil and gas prices. The group made slow progress on its production goals, reaching 474,000 bpd by the end of March, as its business was hit by disruptions at Libya's El Sharara oil field. Work at Libya's biggest oil field resumed in March after its latest disruption. The company expects Libyan oil production to remain stable in coming months and is sticking to its output target of 500,000 barrels per day (bpd) this year. For 2019, expects upstream production to be ~500 kboe/d; Libya is expected to produce above 35 kboe/d. Refining indicator margin is expected to be below USD 5/bbl for 2019 and natural gas sales volumes are projected to be above 2018 levels with sales margins forecasted to be lower than 2018.
OMV: weekly performance: -4.53%

Erste Group: Erste Group had a strong start to its bicentenary year, posting a net profit of Euro 377.0 mn (+12.2%). The significant rise of the operating result by 11.2% was driven by higher core income – net interest income and net fee and commission income – as well as an extraordinarily strong net trading result. Despite higher deposit insurance contributions – which did not come as a surprise given the ongoing growth in customer deposits – and higher personnel costs, income grew at a faster rate than costs. Another positive factor was the continued benign risk environment, which again resulted in net releases. On the back of the continuing positive trend in asset quality, Erste Group’s NPL ratio came in at 3.0% (versus 3.2% at year-end). From today’s perspective, the bank expects to meet the targets for the anniversary year 2019 – income growing faster than costs, continuing low risk costs and a solid double-digit return on tangible equity (ROTE) of more than 11% and higher dividend per share.
Erste Group: weekly performance: -2.81%

Wienerberger: Wienerberger, leading international supplier of building materials, announced a strong start to the year, with significant year-on-year growth in revenues and EBITDA in the first quarter. Revenue grew by 15% yoy to Euro 777 mn underpinned by sound market conditions, favorable weather and execution of our strategy, including the Fast Forward 2020 program, the company stated. EBITDA (incl. IFRS) came in 89 % higher to Euro 109 mn. At this early stage in the year, following the strong performance in Q1, the Group is confident in delivering EBITDA in line with its guidance of Euro 560 to 580 mn (including a positive impact from IFRS 16 of approximately Euro 41 mn).
Wienerberger: weekly performance: 3.62%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (03/05/2019)




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