Ευφορία στα περισσότερα ευρωπαϊκά χρηματιστήρια

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Brokers watch their screens at the stock market in Frankfurt, Germany, Monday, March 13, 2023. In background the curve of the German stock index DAX. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)

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Ανοδικές τάσεις επικράτησαν σήμερα στα περισσότερα ευρωπαϊκά χρηματιστήρια, με τις ευρωπαϊκές μετοχές να καταγράφουν τα μεγαλύτερα ημερήσια κέρδη από την αρχή του έτους, με τα μεγαλύτερα κέρδη να καταγράφουν οι μετοχές των κλάδων ταξειδίων και εξόρυξης.

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Το θετικό κλίμα επηρέασαν σε σημαντικό βαθμό οι χθεσινές δηλώσεις στελεχών της Fed, σύμφωνα με τις οποίες η Ομοσπονδιακή Τράπεζα των ΗΠΑ ίσως δεν προχωρήσει σε νέα αύξηση των επιτοκίων έως τα τέλη του έτους όσο οι αποδόσεις των ομολόγων διατηρούνται σε υψηλά επίπεδα.

Ο δείκτης Stoxx 600 έκλεισε στις 452,26 μονάδες με άνοδο 1,91%.

Στην Φρανκφούρτη ο δείκτης DAX έκλεισε στις 15.422,95 μονάδες με 1,95 0,66%, μετατρέποντας το σήμα από strong sell σε neutral, με την αντίσταση να βρίσκεται στις 15.547 μονάδες και την στήριξη στις 15.083 μονάδες.

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Στο Λονδίνο ο δείκτης FTSE 100 έκλεισε στις 7.628,10 μονάδες με άνοδο 1,81%, μετατρέποντας το σήμα από strong sell σε strong buy, με την αντίσταση να βρίσκεται στις 7.705 μονάδες και την στήριξη στις 7.527 μονάδες.

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Στο Παρίσι ο δείκτης CAC 40 έκλεισε στις 7.162,43 μονάδες με άνοδο 2,01%, μετατρέποντας το σήμα από strong sell σε neutral, με την αντίσταση να βρίσκεται στις 7.231 μονάδες και την στήριξη στις 6.987 μονάδες.

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Recommendations

Airbus: In his latest research note, analyst Chloe Lemarie confirms his recommendation. The broker Jefferies is keeping its Neutral rating. The target price continues to be set at EUR 130.

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ING: In a research note published by Johan Ekblom, UBS advises its customers to buy the stock. The target price is slightly modified from 17.60 to 17.80 EUR.

Rio Tinto: Analyst Patrick Jones from JP Morgan research gives the stock a Neutral rating. The target price continues to be set at GBX 6000.

Zurich Insurance: Fitch Ratings confirmed Zurich Insurance Group’s (ZURN.SW) insurer financial strength rating at AA and long-term issuer default rating at AA-, with stable outlooks.

The rating agency said Monday that the insurer’s high geographical and product diversification led to resilient profitability as well as its very strong capital position.

Fitch also noted Zurich’s very strong financial flexibility and conservative investment strategy.

Redeia: Fitch Ratings on Monday affirmed the long-term issuer default rating of Redeia (RED.MC) at A-, with a stable outlook. The Spanish electric utility’s affirmation factors its stable business profile and large share of regulated earnings. The rating agency said Redeia has a steady business profile despite expectations of lower contributions from regulated activities over the short term.

Volvo: Hemal Bhundia from UBS retains his negative opinion on the stock with a Sell rating. The target price remains set at SEK 213.

Verbio: Constantin Hesse from Jefferies retains his positive opinion on the stock with a Buy rating. The target price continues to be set at EUR 58.

Nestle: Analyst Guillaume Delmas from UBS research considers the stock attractive and recommends it with a Buy rating. The target price remains set at CHF 125.

Εταιρικά νέα

YouGov said pretax profit for fiscal 2023 rose, driven by growth across all geographies despite the challenging business environment, and increased its dividend payout. The London-listed research and data-analytics group said Tuesday that pretax profit for the year ended July 31 was 44.7 million pounds ($54.7 million) compared with GBP25.3 million reported a year ago. The increase was supported by disciplined cost management and benefits from investments made in prior years, it said. Revenue rose to GBP258.3 million from GBP221.1 million, with business growth of 9% against a challenging macroeconomic backdrop and well ahead of the industry, it said. The board declared a dividend increase of 25% to 8.75 pence a share. Looking ahead, YouGov said it is confident in meeting current market expectations for fiscal 2024.

LG Electronics Inc. expects its third-quarter operating profit rose 33% compared with the same period a year earlier, likely beating market expectations. The South Korean consumer-electronics giant said Tuesday it expects operating profit of 996.70 billion won ($739.5 million) for the July-September quarter, while revenue is expected to fall 2.2% on year to KRW20.714 trillion. The operating-profit forecast is above a FactSet-compiled consensus estimate of KRW832.88 billion and the revenue figure is slightly below the FactSet estimate of KRW20.873 trillion. Analysts have said that the South Korean company was likely to still be struggling with sluggish global demand for home appliances and televisions but it could sustain its profitability with lower operating costs and brisk sales of vehicle parts with its new auto-component factory starting production in Mexico. LG Electronics is due to release its full quarterly earnings later this month.

Currys said that its business in Greece and Cyprus, Kotsovolos, has received several non-binding offers which the board is currently evaluating. The technology product retailer on Tuesday said that the interest comes after the group launched a strategic review to evaluate its options in relation to Kotsovolos. “The strategic review remains ongoing, and Currys will provide a further update when appropriate. At this stage there can be no certainty as to the outcome of the review,” Currys said.

Carr’s Group said it expects its fiscal-year profit to be slightly below the prior-year’s amid market headwinds and despite a strong second half for its engineering division. The London-listed agriculture and engineering group said Tuesday that adjusted operation profit will be significantly lower in the fiscal year ended Sept. 2 than in fiscal 2022 due to continued challenging conditions in specialty agriculture. The company’s fiscal 2022 adjusted operating profit was 11.9 million pounds ($14.6 million), while pretax profit was GBP7.6 million. Adverse conditions in both feed stock and specialty agriculture are expected to continue in fiscal 2024, but the board anticipates a return to growth in the medium and long term, it said. Likewise, the company’s order book, which stood at GBP63 million pounds at the end of fiscal 2023, compared with GBP41 million a year prior, gives confidence in growth prospects in fiscal 2024 and further, it said. Carr’s closed the fiscal year with net cash of GBP4.2 million, compared with fiscal 2022’s net debt of GBP14.0 million.

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