AXA is a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. is engaged in insurance and assets management. Co. operates primarily in Europe, North America, the Asia-Pacific Region and, to a lesser extent, in other regions including the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America. Co. has five operating business segments: Life & Savings, Property & Casualty, International Insurance, Asset Management, and Banking. In addition, various holding companies within the AXA Group conduct certain non-operating activities. As of Dec 31 2013, Co. had total assets of Euro757,143,000,000.
Carrefour is a distribution group based in France. Co. is engaged in retailing business, primarily in Europe (France, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Poland, and Romania); Asia (China, India, and Taiwan); and Latin America (Argentina and Brazil). Co. offers a variety of fresh produce, products from local suppliers and major-brand products. Co. operates Hypermarkets, Supermarkets, Convenience stores and Cash & Carry stores, as well as food and non-food e-commerce sites. Co. also offers services such as financial and insurance services, travel, entertainment, after-sales services, and leasing of commercial vehicles. As of Dec 31 2013 Co. operated 10,105 stores under its brand.
Fonciere des Regions is a long-term real etaste investor with a focus on office assets. Co.'s portfolio includes investment properties and properties under development. Co. holds a range of real estate assets, to collect lease payments and benefit from appreciation in the assets held. Co.'s activities can be divided into five segments: Office Markets in France; Office Markets in Italy; Logistics; Business Premises; and Car Parks.
Credit Suisse is a financial services provider based in Switzerland. Co. is active as an integrated bank. Co. operates through two global divisions, Private Banking and Corporate & Institutional Banking. Co. offers comprehensive advice and a broad range of financial solutions to private, corporate and institutional clients primarily domiciled in Switzerland. Co. maintains operations in three regionally focused divisions: Swiss Universal Bank, Asia Pacific and International Wealth Management serving Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America and Africa.
CRH is a diversified international building materials company. Co. is engaged in the manufacture and distribution of a range of building materials products from the fundamentals of heavy materials and elements to construct the frame, through value-added products that complete the building envelope, to distribution channels which service construction fit-out and renewal. Co. operates seven operating segments: Europe Heavyside, Europe Lightside, Europe Distribution, Americas Materials, Americas Products, Americas Distribution and Asia.
Dassault Systemes provides software products & consulting services. Co.'s software applications allow businesses to digitally define, simulate products, the processes & resources required to manufacture, maintain & recycle them. Co. also provides services, principally to large customers. These services comprise mainly consulting services in methodology for design, deployment & support, training services & engineering services. Co.'s activities can be divided into two segments: the PLM market supports product development, production, maintenance & lifecycle management; & the Mainstream 3D market, which is primarily focused on product design.
Eni is engaged in the oil and gas exploration and production, gas marketing operations, management of gas infrastructures, power generation, petrochemicals, oil field services and engineering industries. Co.'s operations are divided into three segments; Exploration and Production (oil and natural gas exploration and field development and production, as well as LNG operations), Gas and Power (supply, trading and marketing of gas and electricity, managing gas infrastructures for transport, distribution, storage, re-gasification, and LNG supply and marketing), and Refining and Marketing (supply of crude oil, refining and marketing of refined products). Co. maintains operations in 73 countries.
Ingenico Group is a business technology company, operating in 125 countries. Co. designs, develops and supplies payment terminals, offering mercantile payment solutions, cross-border and global payment services and certified global service platform. Co.'s services are done around Payment terminals and software; Terminal estate management, security application updates; Connectivity ensuring the terminal-to-bank host connection; Full after-sales service taking charge of every phase in the lifecycle of terminals and software; 24/7, from installation, maintenance & repair to upgrades; Centralization of transactions; End-to-end security - from terminal to bank or processor..
Compagnie Generale des Etablissements Michelin is active in the tire and mobility-related service markets. Co. manufactures, distributes and sells tires for all kinds of vehicles, publishes maps and guides and operates a number of services. Co.'s operates in three segments: Passenger car/Light truck tires and related distribution; Truck tires and related distribution and Specialty businesses segment including tires for specialty vehicles and maps and guides. Co. distributes its products through two tire distribution networks: Euromaster (Europe) and TCI (U.S.A.) and its brands include Michelin, BFGoodrich, Kleber, Uniroyal, Warrior, Kormoran, Riken, Taurus and Tigar.
Nokia is an Internet and communications technology company based in Finland. Co.'s operations are focused on three businesses: network infrastructure software, hardware and services, which Co. offers through Networks; location intelligence, which Co. provides through HERE; and advanced technology development and licensing, which Co. pursues through Technologies. Co. maintains a global presence with operations and Researh & Development facilities located in Europe, North America and Asia, and sales in approximately 130 countries. Co. has an installed base of around 600 customers worldwide and these operators serve over 4 billion subscribers.
Randstad is a global staffing and recruitment company, providing various solutions in the human resources (HR) services space. Co.'s services include regular temporary staffing and permanent placement of candidates. In addition, Co. provides several other HR solutions, such as Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), Managed Services Programs (MSP), payroll services, and outplacement. Co. provides four distinct service concepts: Staffing, Inhouse Services, Professionals and HR Solutions.
SAP is engaged in selling licenses for software solutions and related support services. Co. derives its revenue from fees charged to its customers for the use of its cloud solutions and for licensing of on-premise software products and solutions. Additional sources of revenue are support, professional services, development, training, and other services. Co. has more than 300,000 customers in over 180 countries. Co.'s SAP HANA platform holds the ability to simplify both the user experience and the overall IT landscape, creating a smaller data footprint, increased system throughput, and easier data processing and operation.
STMicroelectronics is a global independent semiconductor company that designs, develops, manufactures and markets a broad range of semiconductor integrated circuits (“ICs”) and discrete devices. Co. offers a diversified product portfolio and develops products for a wide range of market applications, including automotive products, computer peripherals, telecommunications systems, consumer products, industrial automation and control systems. Within its diversified portfolio, Co. is focused on developing products that leverage its technological strengths in creating customized, system-level solutions with digital and mixed-signal content.
Teleperformance is engaged in outsourced customer experience management. Co. delivers integrated solutions to corporations and administrative bodies worldwide to manage all aspects of the customer-relations cycle on their behalf. Co.'s activities include four core business areas: customer care (these are services provided as part of customer service management); technical support; debt collection; and business information and marketing actions. As of Dec. 31, 2013, Co. had approximately 110,000 computerized workstations across 46 countries. Co.'s client includes industries like Telecoms, Internet, Financial services, Technology/media, Insurance, Government sector and Utilities.
Unibail-Rodamco is a commercial property operator, investor and developer. Co. is operationally organized in six geographical regions: France, Spain, Central Europe, Austria, the Nordics and The Netherlands. Its activities are divided into three business lines or segments: Shopping Centres, Offices and Convention & Exhibition. Co.'s Shopping Centres segment focuses primarily on the retail sector; the Offices segment takes care of office assets that are mainly located in the Parisian Central Business District; and the Convention-Exhibitions segment consists of a real estate venues and operations organization, and trade show organization.
Worldline is a financial transaction processing company based in France. Co's operations are organized along three segments covering payments and digital services: Merchant Services & Terminals (facilitating consumer engagement around end-to-end e-payment transactional services on any device – before, during and after the point of sale); eMobility and eTransactional Services (assists businesses and governments in developing new digital services enabling strategic digital transformation); and Financial Processing & Software Licensing (provides processing services to banks and financial institutions for managing card-based and online cashless payments).
Oddo Securities provides securities brokerage and research services. The company offers equity, economic, and derivatives research and credit analysis services. It focuses on insurance, automotive, building materials, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, information technology, and agri-food industries.
Although the external prerequisites are largely in place for Nokia, the short-term risks and rewards are determined by internal housekeeping. With consensus having changed little since end-July, we believe expectations are modest ahead of the Q3 report. That said, we reiterate our BUY and EUR6 target price.
The general evaluation of NOKIA OYJ (FI), a company active in the Telecommunications Equipment industry, has been upgraded by the independent financial analyst theScreener with the addition of a star. Its fundamental valuation now shows 4 out of 4 possible stars while its market behaviour can be considered as moderately risky. theScreener believes that the additional star(s) merits the upgrade of its general evaluation to Slightly Positive. As of the analysis date October 18, 2019, the closing price was EUR 4.71 and its potential was estimated at EUR 5.21.
>We are downgrading to Reduce based on lower EPS estimates for 2020e and 2021e and based on valuation considerations - Ahead of the Q3 2019 reporting, we have revisited our estimates for Deutsche Börse. Our adj. EPS estimate increases for 2019e from € 5.85 to € 6.05, driven by better-than-expected volume development at Eurex and EEX. For 2020e and 2021e we have lowered our adj. EPS estimates by 2% and by 5% to € 6.35 and € 6.65 respectively. Our lower EPS estimates ar...
>Q3 2019e results likely to reflect q-o-q margin improvement on Auto OE - Schaeffler will report its Q3 2019 results on 5 November. We expect Q2 2019e group sales of € 3.6bn, reflecting a +0.9% y-o-y organic increase. Our Q3 2019e group sales estimate reflects a sequential improvement, but still negative for global LV production in Q3 2019e (IHS: -3.2% y-o-y) and sequentially softer industrial sales given a slowdown of global GDP growth. Our Q3 2019e group EBIT estima...
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