dpa-AFX overview: COMPANIES from 11.11.2021 – 3.15 p.m.

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ROUNDUP 2: Siemens (Siemens share) wants to grow further after jump in profit – share increased

MUNICH – The technology group Siemens wants to further increase sales and profits after a strong financial year. This is where the Dax group goes from a somewhat waning dynamic. The bottlenecks in the supply chains and the problems in connection with the corona pandemic are expected to subside in the course of the 2021/22 financial year (as of the end of September). With price increases, the management around CEO Roland Busch wants to limit the effects of higher costs. However, higher raw material and logistics costs dampened earnings in the final quarter.

DARMSTADT – The fight against the corona pandemic is taking place at the pharmaceutical and specialty chemicals group Merck KGaA (Merck KGaA share) continue for momentum. In the laboratory sector, the boom continued in the third quarter thanks to demand from the pharmaceutical industry, and the semiconductor materials business also flourished. The group also recorded growth with pharmaceuticals. Due to a special income in the previous year, the operating result and the bottom line fell, as Merck announced on Thursday in Darmstadt. The share lost around one percent – although the share had only recently made a high.

ROUNDUP: Global Fashion Group is operationally in the red – share falls sharply

LUXEMBOURG – At the online fashion retailer Global Fashion Group (GFG) growth continued to decline in the third quarter. In addition, the group, which focuses primarily on emerging countries, slipped operationally into the red, among other things because of investments in further growth. The in the SDax The listed share fell in Thursday trading by up to 15 percent to its lowest level in around a year.

ROUNDUP: Delivery Hero wants to achieve margin target within 10 years – new cities

BERLIN – The delivery service Delivery Hero is becoming a little more optimistic about its goals for the current year. In the long term, CEO Niklas Östberg is sticking to his goal of an operating profit margin based on the gross value of goods (GMV) of 5 to 8 percent. He wants to achieve this goal in ten years at the latest, he said in a conference call with journalists on Thursday. In addition, it shared in the Dax companies of the financial news agency dpa-AFX listed the cities in which they should start their Foodpanda delivery service this year. The share rose significantly and was one of the best stocks in the leading German index in the morning.

ROUNDUP 2: Westwing looks a little more skeptical into the future – course sags

MUNICH – The global supply chain problems are causing the online furniture retailer Westwing Worries and make him look a little more pessimistic about the year as a whole. Higher costs for ocean freight containers are likely to last longer: Until at least the first half of 2022, the development will lead to lower gross and profit margins, said the SDax listed companies on Thursday in Munich. This can only be partially offset by higher prices.

ROUNDUP: Morphosys (MorphoSys share) remains in the red – share under pressure

PLANEGG – Morphosys stays in the red. In the third quarter, the biotech company was able to boost its sales compared to the previous year, but the bottom line was a high deficit. While the most important bearer of hope in Bavaria is gaining momentum with the cancer drug Monjuvi, the SDax is holding up -Company adheres to its already capped annual targets. The stock came under pressure on Thursday.

Daimler Truck wants to make faster progress in cutting costs and increasing returns

STUTTGART – Daimler’s truck and bus business wants to make faster progress with the austerity efforts after the planned spin-off from the entire group. Daimler Truck is to be listed on the stock exchange on December 10th via a spin-off, as the company announced on Thursday at an investor event in Stuttgart.

Additional Reports

-ROUNDUP: Evotec continues to grow and confirms forecasts – share under pressure

-ROUNDUP: Battery company Varta gets a big damper – shares under pressure

-ROUNDUP: Aareal Bank surprises with good figures before possible takeover

-ROUNDUP: Bilfinger raises earnings forecast slightly – share loses

-ROUNDUP: SGL Carbon comes out of the crisis – share gains

-ROUNDUP: Bechtle slowed down by delivery bottlenecks with high order backlog

-ROUNDUP: Verbio with more sales but weaker earnings – share falls

-ROUNDUP: Jost Werke expects billions in sales for the first time – shares hardly moved-Bayer collects another US damages judgment due to PCB lawsuits

-ROUNDUP: Disney is struggling – streaming business disappointed

-ROUNDUP: Scout24 continues to grow strongly – acquisitions put pressure on margins

-The future of Opel: CEO wants to meet state economics minister

Commercial real estate specialist Dic Asset earns significantly more

-Drive supplier Vitesco comes under pressure in the downturn in the industry

-Fielmann wants to continue growing after a good third quarter

-Generali takes disaster damage

-Arcelormittal benefits from higher prices

-Bilfinger finds new boss with industry colleague FLSmidth

-Delivery bottlenecks and slack auto industry: Indus returns to old profit target

-Energy group Engie again increases profit forecast

-Real estate group Patrizia narrow profit outlook

-Morphosys remains in the red – but sales are increasing

-Model case for shareholders against Porsche SE is dragging on

-Frankfurt Airport in October with a monthly record since the beginning of the Corona crisis

– Sale of business drives Cancom’s profits up

-Insurer Zurich expects high losses from Hurricane Ida and the European flood

-Telekom: Faults after emergency call failure resolved

-Nagarro increases sales forecast again – margin target confirmed

– Cross-shareholding ends for good: Daimler separates from Renault shares

-More clarity about the statute of limitations in the VW emissions scandal probably not until 2022

-Fraunhofer-Institut: The range of e-trucks is often enough

-High demand, high prices: Sixt is heading for record profits

-Baywa: price increases in the agricultural market

– Traffic light politicians fail to agree on reforms in the railway structure

-BayernLB doubles profit

-Daimler: Obligation to stop combustion only applies to the auto division

-Hydrogen production in the desert: Thyssenkrupp wants to get involved

-High energy costs: traffic light politicians announce relief

-Producers: Prices for Christmas trees remain stable

– The debate about Christmas markets flares up again – showmen worried

-Insurers: Applications for elementary protection are increasing

-Hannover Re hands over special insurance to the parent company Talanx

-HHLA: Letter of intent on container cooperation still possible in 2021

-K + S: Operational profit of one billion euros possible in 2022

-ROUNDUP / Thanks to online trading: sales increase at drugstore chain dm

-Insurers: Applications for elementary protection are increasing

-Europoly: Cyber ​​crime is booming due to the corona crisis

-Machine manufacturers are also struggling with delivery problems on foreign markets °

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