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21st Austria weekly - RBI, Lenzing (03/08/2022)

07.08.2022

Lenzing: The fibers producer Lenzing Group’s revenue grew by 25.2 percent year-on-year to reach Euro 1.29 bn in the first half of 2022, primarily due to higher fiber prices. The earnings trend mainly reflects the cost trend in global energy and raw material markets, which affected the whole of manufacturing industry. Energy, raw materials and logistics costs rose sharply once again in the reporting period, after cost pressure had already risen steadily throughout the 2021 financial year. As a consequence, earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) decreased by 13.3 percent year-on-year to Euro 188.9 mn. Net profit for the periode decreased by 24.8 percent to Euro 72.3 mn.

RBI: Raiffeisen Internationa Banks first-half net interest income (NII)  rose 46% year over year to Euro 2.20 bn due to strong customer loan growth and rising interest rates. Net fee and commission income (NFCI) grew 73.3% to Euro 1.57 bn driven by high client activity in the group's foreign currency business, primarily in the spot foreign exchange business in Russia, RBI said. "This development was due to both the geopolitical situation and the measures taken by the Russian central bank to restrict foreign exchange," the bank said. First-half operating income rose 62.8% year over year to Euro 4.15 bn, driven by strong growth of both NII and NFCI. RBI's consolidated profit for the period increased roughly 180% to Euro 1.71 bn, helped by the sale of subsidiary Raiffeisenbank (Bulgaria) EAD to KBC Bank NV earlier this year, which contributed Euro 453 mn to group earnings. In 2022, RBI expects to achieve NII of Euro 4.3 bn to Euro 4.7 bn and NFCI of at least Euro 2.7 bn.

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (03/08/2022)


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Lenzing: The fibers producer Lenzing Group’s revenue grew by 25.2 percent year-on-year to reach Euro 1.29 bn in the first half of 2022, primarily due to higher fiber prices. The earnings trend mainly reflects the cost trend in global energy and raw material markets, which affected the whole of manufacturing industry. Energy, raw materials and logistics costs rose sharply once again in the reporting period, after cost pressure had already risen steadily throughout the 2021 financial year. As a consequence, earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) decreased by 13.3 percent year-on-year to Euro 188.9 mn. Net profit for the periode decreased by 24.8 percent to Euro 72.3 mn.

RBI: Raiffeisen Internationa Banks first-half net interest income (NII)  rose 46% year over year to Euro 2.20 bn due to strong customer loan growth and rising interest rates. Net fee and commission income (NFCI) grew 73.3% to Euro 1.57 bn driven by high client activity in the group's foreign currency business, primarily in the spot foreign exchange business in Russia, RBI said. "This development was due to both the geopolitical situation and the measures taken by the Russian central bank to restrict foreign exchange," the bank said. First-half operating income rose 62.8% year over year to Euro 4.15 bn, driven by strong growth of both NII and NFCI. RBI's consolidated profit for the period increased roughly 180% to Euro 1.71 bn, helped by the sale of subsidiary Raiffeisenbank (Bulgaria) EAD to KBC Bank NV earlier this year, which contributed Euro 453 mn to group earnings. In 2022, RBI expects to achieve NII of Euro 4.3 bn to Euro 4.7 bn and NFCI of at least Euro 2.7 bn.

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (03/08/2022)



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