GEA Group


More optimistic view on recovery based on heavy exposure to resilient industries

23/06/20 -"Unlike other industries, we do not see GEA’s sales collapsing in FY20, and see a recovery starting in FY21 (see DCF section) with higher earnings. Therefore, we expect FY20 revenue to contract by ..."

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44
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English
Published on
23/06/20
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Updates Pension Risks
Target & Opinion Governance & Management
Business & Trends Graphics : Momentum
Money Making Graphics : MACD & Volumes
Debt Graphics : Sensitivities
Valuation Sector: Performance
DCF Sector: Key data
NAV/SOTP Sector: Ratios & Valorisation
Worth knowing Sector: Peers
Financials Sector: Analysis

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