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02.10.2022, 3767 Zeichen

Wolford: With sales of Euro 54.3 mn for the reporting period from January to June 2022, body wear company Wolford recorded an improvement of 29.4% compared to the first half of 2021. The sales growth is spread across almost all geographical regions and distribution channels. The USA showed particularly strong growth of 40%. Sales grew by 30% in EMEA despite the ongoing war. In Asia/Oceania the previous year’s level was exceeded slightly despite the pandemic. Both retail and wholesale recorded double-digit growth. Sales via multibrand retailers improved by almost 60%. The online business also recorded positive development. The ongoing structural reorganization and the difficult conditions continue to be reflected in the company’s earnings, with EBIT falling by 14.4% compared with the first half of 2021 to Euro -16.9 mn. Prices of fabrics, paper, energy and logistics rose, in some cases significantly, due to inflation and shortages on the procurement markets. There was also an increase in staff costs in line with collective agreements. Under these conditions the company cannot expect any improvement in operating profit (EBIT) for the full year. To ensure liquidity, the company has been granted loans by the majority shareholder. The company also maintains close contact with banks to secure further financing.
Wolford: weekly performance: 7.69%

Borealis: Austrian based Borealis AG, provider of advanced and circular polyolefin solutions, and Yildirim Group’s Yilfert Holding signed a binding agreement for the acquisition of Borealis’ shares in Rosier SA. The offer values the business (enterprise value) at Euro 35 mn, resulting in a valuation of roughly Euro 11.65 per share. Borealis currently holds 98.09% of Rosier SA shares and has announced its intention to launch a squeeze out offer for the remaining Rosier’s shares at a price of Euro 20 per share in accordance with the Belgian Royal Decree on Public Squeeze-Out Offers. The closing of the transaction is subject to certain regulatory approvals and Borealis concluding the squeeze out.
OMV: weekly performance: 3.75%

Vienna Airport (Flughafen Wien): Airports Group Europe, a unit of Australian pension fund IFM Global Infrastructure Fund (IFM GIF), has increased its takeover offer for Vienna Airport AG to 34 Euros (from 33,0 Euros) per share including the dividend. The increase came in reaction to Vienna Airport's better forecast, Airports Group stated.
VIG: weekly performance: -3.69%

Valneva: Valneva SE, an Austrian/French specialty vaccine company, announced that it is in active discussions with a prospective partner for potentially funding the development of a second-generation COVID-19 vaccine. These ongoing discussions may continue for several months and may not lead to an agreement, the compaany emphasized. In parallel, Valneva is continuing discussions with various governments and has initiated regulatory processes with additional regulatory authorities, with the aim to deploy remaining inventory into international markets in the next twelve months. The Company also expects to report additional clinical data in the fourth quarter of 2022, notably heterologous booster data, which may potentially support the positioning of its inventory.  Thomas Lingelbach, Valneva’s Chief Executive Officer, commented, “As we are near the end of the third quarter 2022, we are engaged in active discussions that are likely to continue into the coming months. We therefore plan to continue exploring these potential funding opportunities and will provide future updates if and when we enter into an agreement for further development of our COVID-19 vaccine program.”
Valneva: weekly performance: -8.07%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (26/09/2022)

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