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Marel hf. (0MDB.L)

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538.42-316.71 (-37.04%)
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Market cap404.407B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.36
PE ratio (TTM)3,687.78
EPS (TTM)0.15
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Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Globe Newswire

    Marel: Q3 2022 Investor Meeting Presentation

    Marel hf. published its Q3 2022 Condensed Consolidated Financial Interim Statements after market closing on 2 November 2022. Please find attached the Q3 2022 investor presentation for today’s investor meeting at 8:30 am GMT (9:30 am CET), where senior management will give an overview of the financial results and operational highlights in the third quarter. The meeting is webcast live on marel.com/webcast and a recording is available after the meeting on marel.com/ir. Members of the investment co

  • Globe Newswire

    Marel: New USD 300 million term loan

    On 2 November, Marel signed a new 3-year USD 300m term loan with an initial margin of 250bp on top of Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR). The margin will move in line with the net debt/EBITDA ratio and has a two-year uncommitted extension option. Part of this new financing will be used to repay the EUR 150m multi-currency bridge facility drawn for operational headroom when acquiring Wenger. While Marel is within the acquisition spike and covenant terms of the EUR 700 million revolving facil

  • Globe Newswire

    Marel Q3 2022: Revenues up 36% to EUR 451m and improved EBIT of 10.3%

    Executive summary On track towards the 14-16% EBIT target for year-end 2023.Improved operational performance on higher volume enabled by automation infrastructure investments, solid customer deliveries, as well as better price/cost coverage.Full benefit of already enacted pricing actions to filter through in coming quarters resulting in better price/cost coverage and gradual margin expansion. Annualized savings from the 5% workforce reduction revised to up to EUR 25m (previously stated EUR 20m),