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21st Austria weekly - Valneva, voestalpine, FACC (10/11/2021)

14.11.2021
Valneva: Austrian/French Valneva, a specialty vaccine company, today announced that the European Commission (“EC”) has approved an agreement pursuant to which Valneva would supply up to 60 million doses of VLA2001, its inactivated COVID-19 vaccine candidate, over two years including approximately 27 million doses in 2022. Under the current terms of the agreement, the EC has the option to increase its initial purchase, in 2022, of VLA2001 up to a total of 60 million doses by the end of 2023. The agreement will be completed following final review, including volumes required, by each of the European Union Member States. Today’s announcement follows the conclusion of advanced exploratory talks with the European Commission that began in January 2021. Delivery of the vaccine is currently expected to begin in April 2022, subject to approval by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) human medicines committee (CHMP), which is expected to start a rolling review of VLA2001 shortly. CEO  Thomas Lingelbach said, “We are grateful to the European Commission for its support and are eager to help address the ongoing pandemic. We continue to receive messages from people across the world who are waiting for an inactivated vaccine. We are deeply committed to bringing an alternative vaccine solution to the market as quickly as possible and continue to work tirelessly to achieve that. Our Phase 3 results confirmed the advantages often associated with inactivated vaccines and we continue to believe that our differentiated vaccine candidate could make an important contribution to the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Valneva: weekly performance: 17.29%

voestalpine: The key performance indicators (KPIs) of steel company voestalpine for the first half of the business year 2021/22 show strong year-over-year growth. Compared with the first half of the previous business year, revenue rose by 37.8% to Euro 7 bn. EBITDA surged year over year by 165.8% to Euro 1 bn. After Euro -215 mn in the first half of 2020/21, EBIT soared to Euro 651 mn in the first half of 2021/22. Profit before tax for the reporting period jumped to Euro 611 mn (H1 2020/21: Euro -268 mn), and profit after tax to Euro 486 mn (H1 2020/21: -276 mn). "We were able to deliver strong revenue and earnings increases in the business year's first half thanks to very solid demand for voestalpine's products in all markets and product segments that are material to us, our focus on efficiency-boosting measures, and the excellent commitment of our employees," says Herbert Eibensteiner, Chairman of the Management Board of voestalpine AG.
voestalpine: weekly performance: -1.47%

FACC: Revenues of Aerospace company FACC AG in the first nine months of 2021 amount to Euro 358.3 mn (comparative period 2020: Euro 398.5 mn). Reported earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) for the first nine months of 2021 stood at Euro 2.9 mn (comparative period 2020: Euro -53.0 mn). "The aviation market is increasingly recovering. We have achieved the targeted  operational turnaround. To this end, we benefited above all from our flexibility for new market conditions, our consistent cost reduction and efficiency improvement program, and the exemplary commitment of our FACC crew," reports Robert Machtlinger, CEO of FACC AG. "A number of important major projects that we have been able to secure in recent weeks increase FACC's market share in its core business."
FACC: weekly performance: -8.22%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (10/11/2021)


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21st Austria weekly - Valneva, voestalpine, FACC (10/11/2021)


14.11.2021


Valneva: Austrian/French Valneva, a specialty vaccine company, today announced that the European Commission (“EC”) has approved an agreement pursuant to which Valneva would supply up to 60 million doses of VLA2001, its inactivated COVID-19 vaccine candidate, over two years including approximately 27 million doses in 2022. Under the current terms of the agreement, the EC has the option to increase its initial purchase, in 2022, of VLA2001 up to a total of 60 million doses by the end of 2023. The agreement will be completed following final review, including volumes required, by each of the European Union Member States. Today’s announcement follows the conclusion of advanced exploratory talks with the European Commission that began in January 2021. Delivery of the vaccine is currently expected to begin in April 2022, subject to approval by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) human medicines committee (CHMP), which is expected to start a rolling review of VLA2001 shortly. CEO  Thomas Lingelbach said, “We are grateful to the European Commission for its support and are eager to help address the ongoing pandemic. We continue to receive messages from people across the world who are waiting for an inactivated vaccine. We are deeply committed to bringing an alternative vaccine solution to the market as quickly as possible and continue to work tirelessly to achieve that. Our Phase 3 results confirmed the advantages often associated with inactivated vaccines and we continue to believe that our differentiated vaccine candidate could make an important contribution to the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Valneva: weekly performance: 17.29%

voestalpine: The key performance indicators (KPIs) of steel company voestalpine for the first half of the business year 2021/22 show strong year-over-year growth. Compared with the first half of the previous business year, revenue rose by 37.8% to Euro 7 bn. EBITDA surged year over year by 165.8% to Euro 1 bn. After Euro -215 mn in the first half of 2020/21, EBIT soared to Euro 651 mn in the first half of 2021/22. Profit before tax for the reporting period jumped to Euro 611 mn (H1 2020/21: Euro -268 mn), and profit after tax to Euro 486 mn (H1 2020/21: -276 mn). "We were able to deliver strong revenue and earnings increases in the business year's first half thanks to very solid demand for voestalpine's products in all markets and product segments that are material to us, our focus on efficiency-boosting measures, and the excellent commitment of our employees," says Herbert Eibensteiner, Chairman of the Management Board of voestalpine AG.
voestalpine: weekly performance: -1.47%

FACC: Revenues of Aerospace company FACC AG in the first nine months of 2021 amount to Euro 358.3 mn (comparative period 2020: Euro 398.5 mn). Reported earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) for the first nine months of 2021 stood at Euro 2.9 mn (comparative period 2020: Euro -53.0 mn). "The aviation market is increasingly recovering. We have achieved the targeted  operational turnaround. To this end, we benefited above all from our flexibility for new market conditions, our consistent cost reduction and efficiency improvement program, and the exemplary commitment of our FACC crew," reports Robert Machtlinger, CEO of FACC AG. "A number of important major projects that we have been able to secure in recent weeks increase FACC's market share in its core business."
FACC: weekly performance: -8.22%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (10/11/2021)


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