German shares – Elements to look at on Jan. 30

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German stocks - Factors to watch on Jan. 30
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BERLIN, Jan 30 (Reuters) – The next are a number of the components that will transfer German shares on Wednesday:

COMMERZBANK

Score company Fitch affirmed the German lender’s long-term issuer default ranking at BBB+ with a steady outlook and viability ranking at bbb+.

SIEMENS

Q1 outcomes due. Industrial revenue seen down 2.9 p.c, at 2.14 billion euros ($2.45 billion). Ballot:

Annual basic assembly as a result of begin in Munich at 0900 GMT.

VOLKSWAGEN

The carmaker’s vans division Traton goals to make a major contribution towards Volkswagen Group’s 10 billion euros cashflow goal.

HOCHTIEF

Australian subsidiary Cimic stated UGL had secured a A$277 million ($199.38 million) extension with Sydney Trains.

UNITED INTERNET

Firm founder Ralph Dommermuth instructed every day Handelsblatt that he needs talks between telecoms operators and Germany’s federal community company to debate methods to make sure nationwide protection of subsequent technology cell networks.

WASHTEC

Washtec reported its full-year EBIT eased to 51.5 million euros from 52.2 million a yr earlier.

SHW

The auto provider’s administration is proposing a dividend of 0.04 euros a share. SHW stated it expects group gross sales in 2019 to be within the vary of 440 mln euros to 480 mln euros.

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS

SIEMENS – 3.80 eur/shr dividend proposed

ANALYSTS’ VIEWS

UNIPER – JP Morgan raises to “impartial” from “underweight”, lifts value goal to 22.50 euros from 20.00 euros

OVERSEAS STOCK MARKETS

Dow Jones +0.2 pct, S&P 500 -0.1 pct, Nasdaq -0.eight pct at shut.

Nikkei -0.5 pct, Shanghai shares -0.2 pct.

Time: 5:52 GMT.

GERMAN ECONOMIC DATA

German December import costs due at 0700 GMT. Seen +2.1 pct y/y, -0.eight pct m/m.

German January inflation knowledge due at 1300 GMT. CPI seen +1.6 pct y/y, -0.9 pct m/m, HICP seen +1.7 pct y/y, -1.Zero pct m/m.

DIARIES

REUTERS TOP NEWS ($1 = 0.8744 euros) ($1 = 1.3893 Australian {dollars}) (Reporting by Berlin Velocity Desk)



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