Agfa-Gevaert N.V.

Agfa-Gevaert develops, produces and distributes various analog and digital imaging systems and IT solutions, mainly for the printing industry and the healthcare sector, as well as for specific industrial applications. Co.'s operations can be divided into three business segments: Agfa Graphics, which provides integrated prepress products and services to the printing industry; Agfa HealthCare, which provides diagnostic imaging and healthcare IT products for hospitals and care centers around the world; and Agfa Specialty Products, which supplies a variety of film-based products to business- to-business customers outside the graphic and healthcare markets.
  • TickerAGFB
  • ISINBE0003755692
  • ExchangeEuronext Brussels
  • SectorElectronic & Electrical Equipment
  • CountryBelgium
Alan Vandenberghe ...
  • Guy Sips
  • Joachim Vansanten
  • Thomas Couvreur
  • Wim Hoste

Morning Note: AGFB BB, BANI BB, BAR BB, COLR BB, ECONB BB, REC BB, SLIGR NA, TINC BB

Agfa: Increasing inkjet ink production capacity Banimmo: Sales agreement for ING office Louvain-la-Neuve Barco: Share split by a factor 7 and new ISIN code Colruyt: Acquisition of Daltix Econocom: ECB sale closing & 1H20 guidance Recticel: Closing of Automotive Interiors & Eurofoams deals Sligro: Extra financial leeway but dividend cut TINC: Investment in Datacenter United

Alan Vandenberghe ...
  • Guy Sips
  • Joachim Vansanten
  • Thomas Couvreur
  • Wim Hoste

Morning Note: AGFB BB, BANI BB, BAR BB, COLR BB, ECONB BB, REC BB, SLIGR NA, TINC BB

Agfa: Increasing inkjet ink production capacity Banimmo: Sales agreement for ING office Louvain-la-Neuve Barco: Share split by a factor 7 and new ISIN code Colruyt: Acquisition of Daltix Econocom: ECB sale closing & 1H20 guidance Recticel: Closing of Automotive Interiors & Eurofoams deals Sligro: Extra financial leeway but dividend cut TINC: Investment in Datacenter United

Alan Vandenberghe ...
  • Guy Sips
  • Joachim Vansanten
  • Michiel Declercq
  • Ruben Devos
  • Sandra Cauwenberghs
  • Wim Hoste

Morning Note: ABI BB, ACKB BB, AGFB BB, CYAD BB, PNL NA, SIP BB, VGP BB

AB InBev: Closing of divestment of Australian subsidiary Ackermans: AvH and Sipef acquire 52% stake in VBS Agfa: Key questions for today’s Group conference call Celyad: CYAD-101 – phI alloSHRINK ASCO mCRC update PostNL: Signs financing agreement and adjusts FCF outlook Sipef: Acquires remaining stake in VBS with AvH VGP: Setup new JV regarding München confirmed

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Benelux Morning Notes

ABN AMRO: Impairment outlook worse than expected. Ageas: Withdrawing 2020 guidance should not be a surprise. Agfa-Gevaert: AGM and EGM feedback. Bekaert: 1Q20 sales -11%, limited visibility on depth and duration through. Boskalis: Qualitative trading update just after Covid-19 update. Colruyt: Matching lowest prices with home delivery. IBA: Reassuring 1Q20 qualitative update on operations, cash. Kinepolis: 1Q20 visitors down 9% on lockdowns, client caution. Belgium better. PostNL: virtual management roadshow - feedback and highlights. SBM Offshore: MODEC's pain is not SBM's....

Bart Cuypers ...
  • Guy Sips
  • Jason Kalamboussis
  • Lenny Van Steenhuyse
  • Wido Jongman
  • Wim Hoste

Morning Note: ABN NA, AGS BB, AGFB BB, BEKB BB, CFEB BB, IBAB BB, KIN BB, RET BB, TEXF BB

ABN Amro: 1Q: LLPs +42% above estimates says it all Ageas: 1Q ok, cautious guidance. Asia better, UK struggles Agfa: Focus on securing future and investments in growth Bekaert: 1Q consolidated sales -11% CFE: Fehmarnbelt set to start early 2021 IBA: COVID-19 delays kick in Kinepolis: 1Q impacted by closure of cinemas from mid-March Retail Estates: Positive COVID-19 update Texaf: AGM feedback: COVID-19 impact seems limited

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Benelux Morning Notes

AEGON: Helpful disclosures but questions remain. Agfa-Gevaert: Beat in Adj. EBIT and lower restructuring expenses. Belgian telecoms: EU approves wholesale cable rates, flags overcompensation risks. Kinepolis: 1Q20 preview. SBM Offshore: Trading update including Covid-19 effects. Staffing sector: French data - March trend and outlook for April unprecedented

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