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Analysts' Tips: Updates to GEA, GRENKE, HUGO BOSS, Linde and Siemens | message



FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – Classification of selected analysts in the news service dpa AFX from 06.11.2018

GEA GROUP

FRANKFURT – Kepler Cheuvreux analyst house increased the target price for Gea Group (GEA) from 33 to 34 euros and left the rating in "Buy." The stock of the Anlagenbauers has already suffered significantly, but now the earnings estimates have appeared realistic, analyst Hans -Joachim Heimbürger wrote in a study available on Tuesday. The casual-risk reason is convincing now.

GRENKE

FRANKFURT – Commerzbank lowered the target price for GRENKE from 90 to 80 euros, but left the standby rating. Prospects for growth for the leasing provider were cloudy, wrote analyst Christoph Blieffert in a study available on Tuesday. In the stock price, however, it has an almost perfect practical price.

Hugo Boss

NEW YORK – The US investment bank Goldman Sachs has left the HUGO BOSS rating after quarter numbers in "sell" with a target price of 66.30 euros. The operating profit (Ebitda) of the fashion house lost its consensus estimate by five percent, analyst Alberto Agnano wrote in a first assessment on Tuesday. The business environment remains a challenge. Investment in products threatened to push margins. However, the conclusions about the large luxury sector could not be extracted from the figures of Hugo Boss.

LINDE PLC

FRANKFURT – Kepler Cheuvreux analyst house added Linde with "Buy" and went up to 156 euros for the target price. After the merger with Praxair Linde is now the new leader in the industrial gas market, analyst Martin Rödiger wrote in a study available on Tuesday. Rödiger expects strong growth of its profits and increases the margin.

SIEMENS AG

NEW YORK – The American investment bank Morgan Stanley left Siemens "overweight" with a target price of 134 euros for the last quarter of the current year. The focus should be on the objectives of the electric engineering group for the new fiscal year, analyst Ben Uglow wrote in a study available on Tuesday.

SIEMENS GAMESA

NEW YORK – US Bank JPMorgan increased the target price for Siemens Gamesa from € 10.50 to € 11, according to quarterly figures, but left the rating under "Underweight." The figures for the wind turbine manufacturer exceeded the consensus estimates, analyst Akash Gupta wrote in a study available on Tuesday. The expert raised his earnings forecast (EPS adjusted) for financial years 2018/19 and 2019/20, but continues to believe that the stock is so expensive.

SIEMENS HEALTHINEERS

NEW YORK – The American bank JPMorgan lowered its price target for Siemens healthcare from 38.90 to 34.90 euros after a more thorough review of its fourth quarter results, but left the rating neutral. The medical device company presented solid global figures in a fit manner, analyst David Adlington wrote in a study on Monday. For financial years 2018/19 and 2019/20, however, it has reduced its earnings forecasts (tight EBITDA).

TELEFONICA SA

FRANKFURT – Kepler Cheuvreux analyst house elevated the target price for Telefónica from 7.5 to 7.7 euros and left the rating in "Hold". Although the third quarter of the Spanish telecommunications group was slightly better than expected, it does not see this as a turning point, analyst Javier Borrachero wrote in a study available on Tuesday.

ThyssenKrupp

FRANKFURT – Commerzbank left Thyssenkrupp with a price target of 30 euros after a press release in the exchange of two members of the board of directors. That Joachim Limberg of Materials Services could retreat, it was very surprising, wrote the analyst Ingo-Martin Schachel in a study available on Tuesday. Also the possible exit of Andreas Schierenbeck, the head of the important division of elevators, would be a significant change in the management.

Hesitating

NEW YORK – Goldman Sachs's US investment bank left Zalando's ratings in neutral positions with a target price of $ 40. In total, the consensus forecast of online fashion vendor for adjusted earnings (EBIT) for the current year must remain stable, analyst Tushar Jain said in an initial assessment on Tuesday, although sales growth was slightly behind consensus forecast

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