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21st Austria weekly - ams, Andritz, Vienna Insurance Group (27/11/2019)

01.12.2019

ams: ams, a supplier of high performance sensor solutions, notes that 3.3% of the shareholders of Osram Licht AG have tendered their shares into ams' all-cash takeover offer for Euro 41.00 per Osram share as of 27 November 2019. The Offer is subject to a minimum acceptance threshold of 55% (including the 19.99% direct shareholding of ams in Osram) and expires on 5 December 2019 at midnight (CET). "To end any potential market speculation, ams confirms that it has no intention to change the offer price of Euro 41.00 or reduce the minimum acceptance threshold of 55%. ams sees no merit in holding a meaningful minority shareholding in Osram without a demonstrable path to obtain control. Should the Offer not achieve the 55% minimum acceptance threshold, ams will duly assess all options for its shareholding in Osram and confirms that it will not purchase further Osram shares nor launch another offer for Osram for a period of at least 6 months", the company emphasized.
AMS: weekly performance: 6.28%

Andritz: International technology Group Andritz announced its financial guidance for the business year 2020. Group sales are expected to increase compared to 2019 due to the high order backlog. Sales of the pulp and paper business in particular are expected to increase significantly due to the processing of some larger orders. In spite of the increase in sales, the Group's EBITA excluding extraordinary items is expected to only reach a similar amount as in 2019. The major influencing factors for the earnings forecast include a higher proportion of sales from large low-margin projects in the Pulp & Paper business area and continued weak earnings development in the Metals business area caused by the continuing difficult situation in the automotive industry.
Andritz: weekly performance: -7.81%

Vienna Insurance Group: Vienna Insurance Group continued to grow in the 1st to 3rd quarter of 2019. Total premium volume rose by 6.7% to Euro 7,851 mn in the first three quarters of 2019. All lines of business recorded premium growth. Profit (before taxes) was Euro 376.2 mn. This corresponds to an increase of 6.8% compared to the 1st to 3rd quarter of 2018. The combined ratio of 96.4% is almost the same as the equivalent period in the previous year (96.3%). “Our key figures for the current year 2019 continue to show improvement after nine months and the growth trend we have followed since 2016 is ongoing. We are very confident about achieving our planned 2019 targets for a premium volume of Euro 9.9 bin and profit (before taxes) in the range of Euro 500 to 520 mn”, concluded Elisabeth Stadler, CEO of Vienna Insurance Group, satisfied with the quarterly results achieved. 
VIG: weekly performance: 3.08%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (27/11/2019)


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21st Austria weekly - ams, Andritz, Vienna Insurance Group (27/11/2019)


01.12.2019


ams: ams, a supplier of high performance sensor solutions, notes that 3.3% of the shareholders of Osram Licht AG have tendered their shares into ams' all-cash takeover offer for Euro 41.00 per Osram share as of 27 November 2019. The Offer is subject to a minimum acceptance threshold of 55% (including the 19.99% direct shareholding of ams in Osram) and expires on 5 December 2019 at midnight (CET). "To end any potential market speculation, ams confirms that it has no intention to change the offer price of Euro 41.00 or reduce the minimum acceptance threshold of 55%. ams sees no merit in holding a meaningful minority shareholding in Osram without a demonstrable path to obtain control. Should the Offer not achieve the 55% minimum acceptance threshold, ams will duly assess all options for its shareholding in Osram and confirms that it will not purchase further Osram shares nor launch another offer for Osram for a period of at least 6 months", the company emphasized.
AMS: weekly performance: 6.28%

Andritz: International technology Group Andritz announced its financial guidance for the business year 2020. Group sales are expected to increase compared to 2019 due to the high order backlog. Sales of the pulp and paper business in particular are expected to increase significantly due to the processing of some larger orders. In spite of the increase in sales, the Group's EBITA excluding extraordinary items is expected to only reach a similar amount as in 2019. The major influencing factors for the earnings forecast include a higher proportion of sales from large low-margin projects in the Pulp & Paper business area and continued weak earnings development in the Metals business area caused by the continuing difficult situation in the automotive industry.
Andritz: weekly performance: -7.81%

Vienna Insurance Group: Vienna Insurance Group continued to grow in the 1st to 3rd quarter of 2019. Total premium volume rose by 6.7% to Euro 7,851 mn in the first three quarters of 2019. All lines of business recorded premium growth. Profit (before taxes) was Euro 376.2 mn. This corresponds to an increase of 6.8% compared to the 1st to 3rd quarter of 2018. The combined ratio of 96.4% is almost the same as the equivalent period in the previous year (96.3%). “Our key figures for the current year 2019 continue to show improvement after nine months and the growth trend we have followed since 2016 is ongoing. We are very confident about achieving our planned 2019 targets for a premium volume of Euro 9.9 bin and profit (before taxes) in the range of Euro 500 to 520 mn”, concluded Elisabeth Stadler, CEO of Vienna Insurance Group, satisfied with the quarterly results achieved. 
VIG: weekly performance: 3.08%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (27/11/2019)




 

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