Mercedes-Benz increases sales and profits sharply – Deutsche Bank beats profit expectations (Raiffeisen Bank International AG)

Mercedes-Benz increases sales and profits sharply – Deutsche Bank beats profit expectations (Raiffeisen Bank International AG)


Vienna (www.aktiencheck.de) – Despite or even because of the infuriating supply chain problems, the Mercedes-Benz group (ISIN: DE0007100000, WKN: 710000, ticker symbol: MBG, NASDAQ OTC symbol: DDAIF) was again able to generate high sales and profits according to Raiffeisen Bank International AG analysts.

Demand for the group’s products will remain high for now. They believe that they can continue to dominate the geopolitical and economic situation. Stocks increased by 1.1%.

Spain’s Banco Santander (ISIN: ES0113900J37, WKN: 858872, ticker symbol: BSD2, NASDAQ OTC symbol: BCDRF) presented its business figures for the third quarter of 2022 yesterday (no business in Austria due to national holiday) . Market expectations were overstated.

Iberdrola (ISIN: ES0144580Y14, WKN: A0M46B, ticker symbol: IBE1, NASDAQ OTC symbol: IBDSF) reported a 17% increase in operating income before depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) yesterday, thanks in part to a weaker EUR , showing results from overseas. The year-round outlook is confirmed. Capital markets day will be held on November 9, when an updated strategy and more information on the prospects for this year and next are expected.

Deutsche Bank (ISIN: DE0005140008, WKN: 514000, ticker symbol: DBK, NYSE symbol: DB) presented trading figures for the third quarter of 2022 yesterday. Pre-tax profit reached its highest level since 2006. Earnings expectations were exceeded. Deutsche Bank shares closed up 1.2%.

UniCredit (ISIN: IT0005239360, WKN: A2DJV6, ticker symbol: CRIN, Borsa Italiana symbol: UCG) has also presented its business figures for the third quarter of 2022. A significant increase in profits was recorded. Market expectations were exceeded, so the stock ended trading up 4.3%.

Yesterday after the market closed, Facebook’s parent company Meta (ISIN: US30303M1027, WKN: A1JWVX, ticker symbol: FB2A, NASDAQ symbol: META) published its Q3 2022 figures. Although the group was able to show an increase in the number of users , disappointed investors with declining sales and falling profits. Shares fell 19.7% in after-hours trading. (27.10.2022/ac/a/m)