Markets


Almirall

Almirall: recent revaluation (+46%) reduces potential 13.1%

I. Isardo (Link Securities) | Almirall (ALM) is a vertically integrated international pharmaceutical group which focuses on the purchase, production, storage, commercialisation and mediation in the sale of specialities and pharmaceutical products and of all types of raw materials used in the production of specialities and pharmaceutical products.


Fixed income discounts a recession

Alphavalue | The increasing tensions in the trade war between the US and China have significantly raised prices in the bond market. While in Europe the yield on the Bund has fallen to -0.18%, in the US the T-bond is marking two years low with a TIR of 2.22%.


Repsol dividend

Repsol announces timetable for capital increase

Repsol (REP) has communicated the timetable foreseen for the capital increase approved by its last Shareholder General Assembly within the framework of the “Repsol Flexible Dividend” Programme


Acerinox: After a strong correction, offers a 5% dividend yield

Weak demand forces ArcelorMittal to cut production in Europe

Renta 4 | Arcelor Mittal (MTS) has announced that it will reduce its production in Europe (50% of the total in Q119) due to demand conditions in the market. We are downgrading our forecasts, which already imply a significant fall in EBITDA in 2019 compared to 2018 (R4e -18%).

 



US China relations

Trade & Tariffs: A Wider View

David F. Lafferty (Natixis) | Volatility has returned and the red hot stock market that began the year has now downshifted closer to neutral. While the macro data continues to be lackluster – consistent with our view that the global economy is decelerating towards potential – much of the recent malaise has been driven by the on-again, now off-again US/China trade negotiations.


Italy

Brussels-Rome pulse complicates the scenario for investors

Link Securities | We highlight the negative impact that the new conflict between the European Commission (EC) and the populist government of Italy is having on the European securities markets and on the euro. Rome has not taken the necessary measures to contain the public deficit, which it will lead to a further increase in Italian public debt, whose weight could surpass 135% of GDP in two years.


Vidrala target price

Vidrala: + 1% profits against the fall of the Ibex (-8%)

José Benito de Vega | In the last twelve months, the Spanish firm Vidrala has had a better stock performance than the IBEX35, with a revaluation of 1% compared to a decrease of 8% in the index, although the stock has not been spared from moments of volatility.