|Bid||45.94 x 133300|
|Ask||45.95 x 108300|
|Day's range||45.86 - 46.62|
|52-week range||39.40 - 48.95|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.42|
|PE ratio (TTM)||25.62|
|Earnings date||5 Mar 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.44 (3.08%)|
|1y target est||47.84|
* US futures gain on trade deal optimism Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Danilo Masoni. Could it be that the case for value has been driving European banks' stocks for the past three sessions? The banking sector is facing plenty of structural headwinds with ROEs struggling to grow but this doesn't seem to matter to the market today: European banks are up 1% and at their highest levels since May.
Shares in German property companies fell on Monday after media reported the Berlin city government plans a tougher-than-expected cap on rents, below what is currently charged in prime locations. Shares in Deutsche Wohnen -- the German capital's biggest landlord -- were down 3.6% at 0756 GMT while those of DAX-listed Vonovia shed 2%. "Leaked details for the Berlin rent freeze draft law show that this might end up rather as a rent cut than a rent freeze," analysts with Jefferies said in a note.
Vonovia , Germany's biggest residential property company, on Friday reaffirmed its guidance for a gain in full-year profit, after reporting a 12.9% increase in operating income in the first half. Vonovia, which owns around 395,000 properties in Germany, Sweden and Austria, said it still expected 2019 funds from operations (FFO) to increase to between 1.17 billion and 1.22 billion euros (1.07 billion pounds - 1.12 billion pounds), up from 1.13 billion last year. FFO rose 12.9% to 609.1 million euros in the first six months, boosted by the acquisition of Buwog and Victoria Park, with further gains from construction activity, property development and cost cuts.
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Berlin city government's plan to freeze rents for five years will hit renovations, but won't force Vonovia to change its profit forecast, the head of the German property company said. The city government's plan came after thousands of residents in April protested against surging rents and demanded the expropriation of more than 200,000 apartments sold off to big private landlords. Vonovia CEO Rolf Buch said his firm would not suffer financially from the rent freeze proposals, pointing out that only 10% of Vonovia's 400,000 apartments are in Berlin.
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Vonovia, Germany's biggest residential property company, raised its full-year profit guidance on Tuesday as it reported a forecast-beating 20 percent rise in first-quarter earnings, boosted by acquisitions in Sweden and Austria. Since going public in 2013, Vonovia has grown by swallowing up smaller rivals, and has expanded outside its home market, snapping up Austria's Conwert and Buwog, and last year buying Sweden's Victoria Park for $1.1 billion. Vonovia, which owns around 395,000 properties in Germany, Sweden and Austria, said it now expected 2019 funds from operations to increase to between 1.17 billion and 1.22 billion euros (999.46 million - 1.04 billion pounds) compared to its previous guidance for a rise to between 1.14 billion and 1.19 billion euros.
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Victoria Park, in which Vonovia holds 81.1% of the voting rights and another 12.4% via call options, has signed an agreement to acquire 2,340 apartments in the Stockholm and Gothenburg area from Akelius Residential Property. The agreed gross transaction price is SEK4.7bn (ca. After acquiring the majority of shares in Victoria Park in Q2 2018, this transaction is the next step towards building on Vonovia’s existing operations in Sweden and developing a scalable platform in the Swedish residential market while at the same time realizing the first synergies.
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DGAP-News: Vonovia SE / Key word(s): 9 Month figures/Real Estate06.12.2018 / 07:01 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.