|Bid||100.85 x 0|
|Ask||101.05 x 0|
|Day's range||99.18 - 101.10|
|52-week range||39.01 - 108.65|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.78|
|PE ratio (TTM)||83.14|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||45.66|
The Berlin-based group, which operates in more than 40 countries, announced plans last month to enter the Japanese market, with an initial investment of 20-30 million euros. Ostberg said in Japan the company would deliver groceries, electronics, books and more, as well as takeaway food, a shift it has also been making elsewhere, although he does not want non-food to become more dominant than food overall. Ostberg said he was hoping for regulatory approval by the end of the year for Delivery Hero's $4 billion deal to buy South Korea’s top food delivery app owner Woowa Brothers.
(Bloomberg) -- Delivery Hero SE has raised its full-year revenue guidance, in a sign the food-delivery company continues to benefit from the lockdown that resulted from the Covid-19 pandemic.The company said FY revenue guidance will be raised to 2.6-2.8 billion euros ($3.05-$3.29 billion) up from 2.4-2.6 billion eurosDelivery Hero said its gross merchandise value year-on-year rose 66% at 2.8 billion euros, while second quarter revenue was up 96% year-on-year to 612 million euros.Company said it will expand into Japan in the third quarter.Key InsightsThe Berlin-based company said order numbers in the second quarter rose 94% versus the same period last year, in preliminary guidance issued earlier this month.The company said it managed 4 million orders delivered in a single day and over 100 million orders delivered in June, breaking its own record of monthly ordersThe company said it added 130,000 new restaurants in the second quarter alonePreviously said it expects to close its deal for control of South Korea’s biggest food delivery app, Woowa Corp., in the second half of the year, part of a wave of consolidation in the food-delivery industry.The company could be valued at as much as 30 billion euros once the deal with Woowa closes, Chief Executive Officer Niklas Ostberg said in an interview earlier this month.And Delivery Hero wants to keep growing. The company is holding regular discussions with other food delivery companies, including Rappi and Glovo, about potential deals, Ostberg has said. It’s also outlined plans to sell as much as 1.5 billion euros of convertible bonds intended “for general corporate purposes and to take advantage of attractive investment opportunities that may arise.”Market ContextDelivery Hero has been tipped as one of the companies that could grab a seat in Germany’s benchmark DAX index after its stock continued to rise throughout the coronavirus crisis.A spike in orders during lockdowns helped boost the stock by about 33% since January giving the company a market value of 18.8 billion euros.Get MoreDelivery Hero Seen as Front Runner for Wirecard’s DAX SpotDelivery Hero Says It’s Open to a Deal With Rappi or GlovoDelivery Hero Buys $4 Billion Korean Takeout App Woowa For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
The Berlin-based company, which operates in more than 40 countries, also announced plans to enter the Japanese market in the third quarter, with an initial investment of 20-30 million euros (18-27 million pounds). Delivery Hero has experienced a steady rise in demand since it increased its restaurant offering and expanded in grocery delivery when the coronavirus pandemic forced consumers to stay at home and order online. Analysts at Jefferies said the quarterly revenue and the 2020 outlook were better than expected.