Amundi is a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. provides advisory and investment management services. Co. provides savings, financial instruments, equity trading, credit activities, and investment solutions for both private individuals and institutional and corporate clients worldwide.
Deutsche Bank is a holding company acting as an international financial service provider. Co. offers a wide variety of investment, financial and related products and services to private individuals, corporate entities and institutional clients around the world. Co. has operations or dealings with existing or potential customers in most countries in the world. Co. is organized into the following six corporate divisions: Global Markets (GM); Corporate & Investment Banking (CIB); Private, Wealth & Commercial Clients (PW&CC); Deutsche Asset Management (Deutsche AM); Postbank (PB); and Non-core Operations Unit (NCOU).
Fortum is an energy company. Co.'s operations are organised in five divisions: Hydro Power and Technology and Nuclear and Thermal Power, which are engaged in its hydro, nuclear and thermal power generation, services, portfolio management and trading as well as technology and research and development functions; Heat, Electricity Sales and Solutions, which consists of Co.'s combined heat and power production, district heating and business-to-business heating solutions, solar business, electricity sales and related customer offering; Russia, which consists of power and heat generation as well as heat distribution in Russia; and Distribution, which focuses on distribution activities in Sweden.
Ipsen is global biotechnology specialty care company. Co. engages in research, development, manufacture and sale of pharmaceutical products for human healthcare. Co.'s product portfolio includes pharmaceutical products marketed around the world to specialists working in its targeted therapeutic areas (oncology, endocrinology, neurology and haematology). These products are specialist care drugs. Co. also markets products in other therapeutic areas including gastroenterology, cardiovascular and cognitive disorders. These products are primary care drugs. Co.'s brand names include Decapeptyl®, Somatuline®, Dysport®, Nutropin Aq®, Smecta®, Forlax®, Nisis®,Adrovance®, Exforge® and Adenuric®.
Koninklijke Philips Electronics is active in the markets of healthcare, consumer lifestyle and lighting. Co.'s activities can be divided into three segments: Healthcare (Co. provides Imaging Systems, Patient Care and Clinical Informatics, Home Healthcare Solutions and Customer Services), Consumer Lifestyle (Co.'s products are divided into the following: Health and Wellness; Domestic Appliances; and Lifestyle Entertainment), Lighting (Co. provides lighting solutions for homes, shops, offices, schools, hotels, factories and hospitals; Co. also offers solutions for roads (street lighting and car lights) and for public spaces, residential areas and sports arenas).
Renault is an automobile manufacturer. Co.'s activities have been organized into two main business sectors, in more than 120 countries: Automotive and Sales Financing. Co. designs, develops and sells passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. Following the acquisition of Romanian carmaker Dacia and Samsung Motors' operating assets in South Korea, Co. has three automotive brands: Renault, Dacia and Samsung. RCI Banque, Co.'s captive financing arm, finances sales of the Renault, Renault Samsung Motors (RSM) and Dacia brands, and, in Europe, the Nissan and Infiniti brands. In addition to these two activities, Co. has equity investments in the following two companies: Nissan and AVTOVAZ.
Koninklijke KPN is an integrated information and communications technology service provider. Co. provides its consumer customers data broadband services, IPTV services, mobile (voice, data and SMS) and fixed line telephony. Co. provides its business customers broadband services, mobile, fixed line and data services. Co. operates in the following segments: Consumer Mobile, which provides mobile services and products; Consumer Residential, which provides services in and around the house; Business, which provides fixed and mobile telephony services; NetCo, which includes fixed wholesale services; Belgium, which provides mobile telephony; and iBasis, which provides wholesale network services.
Schindler Holding is a holding company. Co. through its subsidiaries is engaged in the production of escalators, elevators and moving walks. Co. operates globally in one main division: Elevators and Escalators. The Elevators and Escalators division provides a range of elevators for different applications, including freight and special elevators, high-rise elevators, residential elevators and commercial elevators. Co. also provides commercial and public transport escalators and inclined and horizontal moving walks.
SCOR is a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. is engaged mainly in reinsurance. Its customers are insurers and large corporations. Co. is engaged in life reinsurance through SCOR Global Life SE and non-life reinsurance through SCOR Global P&C SE. In the life reinsurance business, Co. offers reinsurance for individual and group life insurance, long-term care, substandard risks, critical illness and financing products. The non-life reinsurance business comprises traditional reinsurance business; Treaty, Business Solutions, and Specialty Lines. In addition, Co. through SCOR Global Investments SE, manages, directly or indirectly its global investment portfolio.
Suez is active in each stage of the water and waste cycles. Co. is organized around three main segments: Water Europe (water distribution and treatment services, particularly under concession contracts, to individuals, local authorities and industrial clients); Waste Europe (waste collection and treatment services for local authorities and industrial clients; these services include collection, sorting, recycling, composting, energy recovery and landfilling for both non-hazardous and hazardous waste) and International (water, waste and engineering services, with a special focus on risk-management resulting from specific local environments by setting up partnerships).
TechnipFMC is global leader in oil and gas projects, technologies, systems, and services. Co. offers subsea, surface, onshore, and offshore solutions for oil and gas projects. Co. serves customers worldwide. With Co.'s technologies and production systems, integrated expertise, and comprehensive solutions, Co. is transforming Co.'s clients' project economics. Co. is uniquely positioned to deliver greater efficiency across project lifecycles from concept to project delivery and beyond. Through innovative technologies and improved efficiencies, Co.'s offering unlocks new possibilities for Co.'s clients in developing their oil and gas resources.
Total is an international integrated oil and gas company also active in solar and biomass energy sources. Co. engages all aspects of the petroleum industry, including Upstream operations (oil and gas exploration, development and production, and LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas)) and Downstream operations (refining, petrochemicals, specialty chemicals, marketing and marketing and trading and shipping of crude oil and petroleum products). In addition, Co. is engaged in the coal mining and power generation sectors. Co.'s worldwide operations are conducted through three business segments: Upstream, Refining & Chemicals, and Marketing & Services.
WPP is a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. is a communications services organization providing national and multinational clients a range of communications services. Co. is organized into four operating segments: Advertising and Media Investment Management; Data Investment Management; Public Relations and Public Affairs; and Branding and Identity, Healthcare and Specialist Communications. This last reportable segment includes WPP Digital and direct, digital, promotional & relationship marketing.
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.
While we have trimmed our target price to NOK689 (713) to reflect the recent share price declines, we continue to find the value proposition in Aker attractive and maintain our BUY. Our base-case NAV is currently at NOK640/share, implying a 34% discount. Only including the value of its listed industrial holdings, the current share price currently implies a ~15% discount to these assets, which we find attractive.
>Technology and Enterprise Services >30% yoy on top and bottom line - Allgeier (AEI) unexpectedly released preliminary numbers for H1 2019 which showed solid performances slightly above our estimates in both strategic segments technology and enterprise services. Together, these two segments achieved revenue growth of ~33% and earnings growth (adjusted EBITDA) of ~31%, with a corresponding margin of 13%, driven by recent acquisitions.However, the experts segment, ...
>H1 2019 performance hampered by contracting business at Constantin - Highlight Communication’s H1 2019 results came in at the lower end of expectations. One of the main reasons for this was Constantin Medien AG, consolidated since 01 April 2018. Constantin’s top line continued to contract like-for-like and its EBIT remained negative on lower TV advertising revenues following the discontinuation of the rights to the UEFA Europa League and general spending restraint on...
A recession is an economic phenomenon characterised by a contraction in activity in most sectors for several quarters. Recession phobia is a psychological phenomenon consisting of seeing recession everywhere. This manifests itself in a tendency to retain only information pointing towards recession, to repeat it as a mantra, and to ignore everything else. Recession phobia has gone almost viral over the course of the Summer due to the inversion of the yield curve. The signal is pro...
>The facts: H1 2019 earnings slightly lower than expected - H1 2019 results came in slightly short of expectations (3.5% at the EBITDA level), which is a perfectly respectable performance given the marked volatility in the unconventional market in the US. Market concerns are set to ease given the generation of FCF which equates to 6.8% of sales over the period.Comments: good FCF generation - H1 2019 sales grew by 18% to € 236m (i.e. 2.8% short of cons...
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