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21st Austria weekly - RBI, Palfinger, S&T (09/08/2019)

11.08.2019

Raiffeisen Bank International: In the first half of 2019, Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) generated a consolidated profit of Euro 571 mn (-24,4 %). “Customer loans grew by 9 per cent, especially in Austria, Russia and Central Europe, in the first half of 2019. Despite the low interest rate environment, net interest income and net fee and commission income developed very positively, and risk costs remained at a very low level,” said CEO Johann Strobl. Overall, net interest income rose slightly by Euro 2 mn to Euro 1,664 mn. The net interest mar­gin declined 7 basis points to 2.42 per cent, mainly due to growth in low-margin business at head office and to margin developments in Russia and Belarus. Impairment losses on financial assets remained low in the reporting period at Euro 12 mn, com­pared to an Euro 83 mn net release of loan loss provisions – mainly due to inflows and recover­ies – in the comparable period of the previous year. The NPE ratio decreased 0.3 percentage points since the start of the year to 2.3 per cent. The NPE coverage ratioimproved 0.7 percentage points to 59.0 per cent. Total capital ratio (fully loaded) at 17.8 per cent The common equity tier 1 ratio (fully loaded) was 13.8 per cent, the tier 1 ratio (fully loaded) was 15.3 per cent (up 0.4 percentage points each) and the total capital ratio (fully loaded) was 17.8 per cent (down 0.3 percentage points).
RBI: weekly performance: -1.31%

Palfinger: Lifting solutions developer Palfinger and Yunneng Wind Power Co., Ltd. have signed a contract to deliver 81 PF12000-4.6 LDB (lay-down boom) cranes for the Taiwanese wpd’s Yunlin Offshore Wind Farm. As a full-service provider, Palfinger Marine has secured an order for 80+1 cranes for the next upcoming major commercial wind power project off the Taiwanese coast. wpd’s Yunlin Offshore Wind Farm consists of 80 turbines and has a project capacity of 640 MW. Each turbine platform will be equipped with one fixed boom crane, which has an outreach of 4.6 metres and a lifting capacity of 1 ton. Additionally, one crane will be installed onshore for training purposes.
Palfinger: weekly performance: -1.32%

S&T: Sales of S&T AG rose some 12% to Euro 473.8 mn in first halb year. Gross profit was up some 13% in the first six months of 2019, rising to Euro 174.5 mn (PY: Euro 154.8 mn). This translates into a gross margin of 36.8% for the first six months of 2019 (PY: 36.6%). EBITDA climbed some 21% in the first half year of 2019 to Euro 44.3 mn. Consolidated income (after allowing for minority interests) for the first six months of 2019 was up some 12% rising to Euro 18.2 mn.  Hannes Niederhauser, CEO of S&T AG: "In the future we not only want to rely on the "best technology", but also become even faster and more efficient. Over the next two years, we will therefore implement the new "PEC Program", with which we are tackling extensive measures to further improve profitability, efficiency and cash flow. We are confirming the targets set for financial year 2019 of realizing revenues coming to Euro 1.145 bn, and of achieving profits (EBITDA) amounting to more than Euro 100 mn. In addition, we are fully on track to achieve our target of Euro 2 bn in revenues by 2023."
S&T: weekly performance: -2.65%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (09/08/2019)


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21st Austria weekly - RBI, Palfinger, S&T (09/08/2019)


11.08.2019



Raiffeisen Bank International: In the first half of 2019, Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) generated a consolidated profit of Euro 571 mn (-24,4 %). “Customer loans grew by 9 per cent, especially in Austria, Russia and Central Europe, in the first half of 2019. Despite the low interest rate environment, net interest income and net fee and commission income developed very positively, and risk costs remained at a very low level,” said CEO Johann Strobl. Overall, net interest income rose slightly by Euro 2 mn to Euro 1,664 mn. The net interest mar­gin declined 7 basis points to 2.42 per cent, mainly due to growth in low-margin business at head office and to margin developments in Russia and Belarus. Impairment losses on financial assets remained low in the reporting period at Euro 12 mn, com­pared to an Euro 83 mn net release of loan loss provisions – mainly due to inflows and recover­ies – in the comparable period of the previous year. The NPE ratio decreased 0.3 percentage points since the start of the year to 2.3 per cent. The NPE coverage ratioimproved 0.7 percentage points to 59.0 per cent. Total capital ratio (fully loaded) at 17.8 per cent The common equity tier 1 ratio (fully loaded) was 13.8 per cent, the tier 1 ratio (fully loaded) was 15.3 per cent (up 0.4 percentage points each) and the total capital ratio (fully loaded) was 17.8 per cent (down 0.3 percentage points).
RBI: weekly performance: -1.31%

Palfinger: Lifting solutions developer Palfinger and Yunneng Wind Power Co., Ltd. have signed a contract to deliver 81 PF12000-4.6 LDB (lay-down boom) cranes for the Taiwanese wpd’s Yunlin Offshore Wind Farm. As a full-service provider, Palfinger Marine has secured an order for 80+1 cranes for the next upcoming major commercial wind power project off the Taiwanese coast. wpd’s Yunlin Offshore Wind Farm consists of 80 turbines and has a project capacity of 640 MW. Each turbine platform will be equipped with one fixed boom crane, which has an outreach of 4.6 metres and a lifting capacity of 1 ton. Additionally, one crane will be installed onshore for training purposes.
Palfinger: weekly performance: -1.32%

S&T: Sales of S&T AG rose some 12% to Euro 473.8 mn in first halb year. Gross profit was up some 13% in the first six months of 2019, rising to Euro 174.5 mn (PY: Euro 154.8 mn). This translates into a gross margin of 36.8% for the first six months of 2019 (PY: 36.6%). EBITDA climbed some 21% in the first half year of 2019 to Euro 44.3 mn. Consolidated income (after allowing for minority interests) for the first six months of 2019 was up some 12% rising to Euro 18.2 mn.  Hannes Niederhauser, CEO of S&T AG: "In the future we not only want to rely on the "best technology", but also become even faster and more efficient. Over the next two years, we will therefore implement the new "PEC Program", with which we are tackling extensive measures to further improve profitability, efficiency and cash flow. We are confirming the targets set for financial year 2019 of realizing revenues coming to Euro 1.145 bn, and of achieving profits (EBITDA) amounting to more than Euro 100 mn. In addition, we are fully on track to achieve our target of Euro 2 bn in revenues by 2023."
S&T: weekly performance: -2.65%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (09/08/2019)




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