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Fresenius SE & Co KGaA (FREG.DE)

FREG.DE on Xetra

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21 Feb 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Fresenius says US Tax Reform ‍results In One-Time Book Gain Of about 90 mln euros
Saturday, 23 Dec 2017 

Dec 22 (Reuters) - Fresenius Se ::‍NEW US TAX LEGISLATION TRIGGERS REVALUATION OF DEFERRED TAX LIABILITIES​.US TAX REFORM ‍RESULTS IN A ONE-TIME BOOK GAIN OF APPROXIMATELY EUR 90 MILLION, TO BE REFLECTED IN FRESENIUS' 2017 GROUP NET INCOME​.‍WILL REPORT FY17 RESULTS, PROVIDE FY18 GUIDANCE, INCLUDING DETAILS ON RECURRING TAX EFFECTS RESULTING FROM US TAX REFORM, ON FEB 27, 2018​.  Full Article

Fresenius says Q2 adj EBIT up 8 pct
Tuesday, 2 Aug 2016 

Fresenius Se : Says q2 adj ebit 1,051 million eur . Says q2 sales 7.1 billion eur (+2%, +5% in constant currency) . Says q2 adj net income 393 million eur . Reuters poll average for fresenius q2 sales was 7.16 billion eur, adjusted ebit 1.05 billion, adjusted net income 382 million Further company coverage: [FREG.DE] ((frankfurt.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com; +49 69 7565 1270;)).  Full Article

FMC sticks to guidance after Q2 results
Tuesday, 2 Aug 2016 

Fresenius Medical Care AG : Says q2 ebit $641 million . Says q2 net income $294 million . Says q2 sales $4,420 million . Reuters poll average for fmc q2 net revenue was $4.44 billion, ebit $634 million, net income $284 million .Says despite unfavorable foreign currency developments and continuous cost pressure, we are confident we will achieve our full year guidance.  Full Article

Fresenius SE & Co KGaA confirms FY 2016 guidance
Tuesday, 3 May 2016 

Fresenius SE & Co KGaA:Confirms its guidance for FY 2016; Sales are expected to increase by 6 pct to 8 pct in constant currency. Net income is expected to grow by 8 pct to 12 pct in constant currency.  Full Article

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Fresenius CFO backs acquisition course: Boersen-Zeitung

FRANKFURT German healthcare group Fresenius will continue to look for acquisitions even if that leads to a temporary rise in debt, Boersen-Zeitung quoted the company's finance chief as saying.