Beiersdorf AG (BEIG.DE)
17 Jan 2018
* SAID ON TUESDAY THAT ITS SHAREHOLDERS TO VOTE ON FEBRUARY 5 ON THE COMPANY'S SHARE CAPITAL INCREASE BY NOT MORE THAN 1.5 MILLION ZLOTYS THROUGH ISSUANCE OF NOT MORE THAN 15.0 MILLION SERIES G SHARES OF NOMINAL VALUE OF 0.10 ZLOTY PER SHARE
FRANKFURT, Jan 8 Beiersdorf, the maker of Nivea and other skin care products, posted a 5.7 percent rise in organic group sales in 2017, faster than the 4 to 5 percent gain it had previously forecast, and said it was optimistic for 2018. Beiersdorf's organic sales, excluding exchange rate effects as well as the impact of acquisitions and divestments, rose to 7.1 billion euros ($8.5 billion), up from 6.8 billion a year earlier, the German consumer goods maker said on Monday.
FRANKFURT, Jan 8 Beiersdorf, the maker of Nivea, posted a 5.7 percent rise in organic group sales in 2017, faster than the 4 to 5 percent gain it had previously forecast. Sales rose to 7.1 billion euros ($8.5 billion), up from 6.8 billion a year earlier, the German consumer goods makers said on Monday. ($1 = 0.8352 euros) (Reporting by Tom Sims; Editing by Maria Sheahan)
* SAID ON TUESDAY THAT ITS Q3 REVENUE WAS 1.4 MILLION ZLOTYS VERSUS 1.8 MILLION ZLOTYS YEAR AGO
* Consumer unit more sluggish, below expectations (Updates with comments on China, analyst view)
* Shares jump as much as 6.3 percent (Adds analyst comments, CEO comment, further details)
* Says launch of Face category in Japan bringing significant market share gains Further company coverage:
* SAID ON WEDNESDAY THAT ITS Q2 REVENUE WAS 1.7 MILLION ZLOTYS VERSUS 2.3 MILLION ZLOTYS YEAR AGO
FRANKFURT, Aug 3 German consumer goods company Beiersdorf is still evaluating the costs of the cyber attack that crippled Ukrainian business in June, but does not expect a material impact on its 2017 profits, executives said on Thursday.
Aug 3 Nivea cream maker Beiersdorf reported a 3.3 percent rise in underlying first-half sales, missing analyst estimates after a recent global cyber attack cost it about 35 million euros ($41.5 million) in the period.