Wendel SE (MF)
Wendel SE is engages in the acquisition and management of investment portfolios. The company is involved in long-term investment in industrial, media, and services companies. It also acquires portfolios from companies, which are engaged in energy, real estate, biotechnology, media, and advertising sectors. Wendel was founded in 1704 and is headquartered in Paris, France.
|Market Price at 19-01-2018
|Price to Earnings Ratio
||6.836,22 € (million)
|Return on Equity (ROE)
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Friday, October 27, 2017
Greece’s non-performing loans: A major hurdle to economic revival
As US President Donald Trump reaffirmed his commitment to Greece’s economic revival during Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ official visit to Washington, the country’s banking sector continues to struggle with the longstanding issue of excessive non-performing loans (NPLs).
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
IMF: Pick up in global economic activity presents a window of opportunity
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) upgraded its forecast for global economic growth for 2017 and 2018, citing resilient economic activity worldwide. The global economy today is far different from early last year, when the world was grappling with heightened geopolitical uncertainty and financial market volatility. Currently, the global economy is in much better shape, with increasing investments, rising industrial output, improving trade, and robust business sentiments underpinning healthy economic growth in most countries. Hence, considering the broad-based acceleration in economic activity, the IMF raised its global growth forecast to 3.6% for 2017 and 3.7% for 2018, well above the 3.2% growth witnessed in 2016. The fund made upward revisions to the growth prospects of the Euro area, Japan, China, emerging European economies and Russia, which more than offset downward revisions for the US, the UK and India.
Friday, August 04, 2017
In the last week of July, Greece chartered its return to the bond market after a three-year hiatus. The country successfully issued bonds worth €3 billion (US$3.5 billion) on 25th July 2017, a move that could very well mark the beginning of the end of its bailout?
Wednesday, August 02, 2017
In July the IMF revised its growth estimates at the country level and noted that in 1Q17, many advanced economies in the Eurozone and some emerging economies (including China, Brazil and Mexico) reported stronger-than-expected growth. The macroeconomic implications of changes in policy assumptions, especially for the United States and China, prompted IMF to alter its forecasts.
Monday, July 31, 2017
• Cautious Fed, positive earnings aid Dow Jones, but other benchmark indices end flat.
• European markets end mixed amid currency headwinds.
• Profit taking drags down financial markets in Australia - Japan; India, China march higher.
Friday, July 07, 2017
According to IMF’s report published in February 2017, Greece’s tax debt to the state climbed to €94.2 billion or close to 55% of GDP in November 2016. Interestingly, 80% of this debt belongs to less than 1% of debtors, which depicts a skewed distribution of debt among a relatively small number of debtors. Moreover, Greece’s tax collection rates (ratio of tax collection to assessment) have been consistently declining since the crisis, falling to 45% in 2015 from 75% in 2010.
Wednesday, July 05, 2017
At the stroke of midnight of 1 July 2017, Prime Minister Narendra Modi led Indian government’s roll out of Goods-and-Services Tax (GST) in a function held at the historic ‘Central Hall’ of the parliament. Billed as the country’s biggest tax-reform since independence, GST is meant to simplify the country’s messy indirect-tax structure. The launch of GST transformed India into a unified tax region by subsuming multiple and complex indirect-taxes, including state levies.
Monday, July 03, 2017
• Political uncertainty, profit booking weighs on US markets.
• Strengthening currency drags European markets lower.
• Positive economic data powers China.
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Greece gets next tranche of funds, averts default
On Thursday (15 June, 2017), Greece and its European creditors struck a deal on the next phase of Greece’s bailout programme to finally make some progress in the months-long bickering over the next stage of the programme. Eurozone ministers and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) offered an 11th hour credit lifeline to the debt-ridden country, ensuring that it would not default on €7 billion of the debt repayment scheduled in July.
Sunday, June 18, 2017
• US equities finished mixed amid flurry of economic data.
• European equities end lower as weakness in the US markets spills-over in the Europe.
• Domestic cues direct most Asian markets lower.