Natixis SA (KN)
Natixis SA engages in the provision of international corporate, investment, insurance, and financial services. It operates through the following segments: Corporate and Investment Banking, Investment Solutions, Specialized Financial Services, Coface, Financial Investments, and Other Activities. The Corporate and Investment Banking segment advises businesses, institutional investors, insurance companies, banks and publics sector entities and offers them a diversified line of financing solutions as well as access to capital markets. The Investment Solutions segment includes asset management, insurance, private banking and the private equity for third party clients business line. The Specialized Financial Services deals with factoring, lease financing, consumer credit, guarantees, film industry finance, employee benefits planning, and payment and securities services. The Coface segment involves in credit insurance, international factoring solutions, business information and ratings, receivables management, and management of public procedures. The company was founded on November 20, 1919 and is headquartered in Paris, France.
|Market Price at 17-11-2017
|Price to Earnings Ratio
||20.483,44 € (million)
|Return on Equity (ROE)
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Friday, February 13, 2015
If you have Stock Alerts set up to check when new financial results flow through Skaffold, Skaffold Scores update and companies in your portfolio release new ASX announcements, you're already saving yourself a bucket load of time.
If you haven’t set up our suggested Stock Alert for reporting seasona yet, here’s a quick recap of what has changed in Skaffold over the last week or so.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
In a webinar hosted at Skaffold in October 2014, financial Journalist Trevor Hoey gave his view on which sectors and stocks have the best growth prospects for Financial Year 2015. Check out the stocks and sectors trevor thinks will deliver impressive growth over the next 12 months.
Thursday, October 09, 2014
With the low growth environment likely to continue for some time, investors chasing double-digit growth need to look beyond cyclicals wired to the struggling Australian economy, and refocus on sectors displaying what are known as ‘secular growth opportunities’. For those unfamiliar with the term, ‘secular’ refers to companies with growth upside that’s less reliant on macroeconomic drivers and more hitched to company or sector-specific dynamics.
Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Now that the excitement of the reporting season has settled down and analysts have digested financial reports, we take a look inside Skaffold to discover well-positioned, top-quality stocks.
Of the 1767 ASX-listed stocks available for analysis in Skaffold, 163 achieve Skaffold’s preferred scores of A1, A2, B1 and B2. So less than 10 per cent are considered premium investment grade by Skaffold and analysis beyond top-line numbers is critical.
The services sector offers the largest choice of top-quality growth stocks, followed by technology, finance and capital goods.
Friday, February 14, 2014
New opportunities were thin on the ground this week, with the majority of companies to report experiencing deteriorating Skaffold Scores. Many stocks also continue to trade at large premiums to Skaffold’s intrinsic value estimates.
After 6 years of membership in Skaffold’s premium group of companies, Domino’s Pizza Enterprises (DMP) has declined to B3.
This is a great example of Skaffold’s ability to demystify company results and present the facts of the case, so to speak.
Friday, August 30, 2013
At the start of August 33 top stocks were rated A1 by Skaffold, and another 94 were rated A2. Fast forward to close of trade on 28 August and 30 companies achieved Skaffold’s premium A1 Score for balance sheet quality and business performance. 80 stocks are rated A2.
Running a quick filter in Skaffold for A1 top stocks, then switching to the Table View to find those forecast to increase in value over the next few years, 21 A1 stocks remain. After a closer look to determine which companies have updated in Skaffold based upon their latest financial results, we are left with 13.
Of the 80 stocks rated A2, Skaffold forecasts positive growth for 53.
Friday, August 23, 2013
The latest round of companies to update in Skaffold include BHP Billiton (BHP), QBE Insurance (QBE), Coca-Cola Amatil (CCL), Sonic Healthcare (SHL), BlueScope Steel (BSL), Breville Group (BRG) and BigAir Group (BGL).
Did you know that you can receive an email each morning letting you know when companies update in Skaffold. Its what we use to uncover new top quality opportunities every day.
Friday, August 16, 2013
Full year results for Domino’s Pizza Enterprises (DMP), REA Group (REA), Worleyparsons (WOR), Bradken (BKN) and Reckon (RKN) flowed through Skaffold overnight. All five companies delivered consistent performance over the past six months, retaining their previous interim Skaffold Scores.
Goodman Fielder is the latest business to deliver improving balance sheet quality and business performance. Its Skaffold Score rose from C3 to B2.
The biggest disappointment overnight was SAI Global (SAI), a provider of information, compliance and assurance services.
Friday, August 09, 2013
Over the last month more than 825 companies in Skaffold Global have updated to reflect their latest interim or full year financial results. Of those 825 stocks, 344 have seen their Skaffold Scores change.
Microsoft (MSFT) and biopharmaceutical manufacturer Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY) have joined the US A1 club, alongside Boeing Company (BA), Mastercard (MA) and Eli Lilly (LLY). In Europe Hugo Boss (BOSS) fell from A1 to A2 whilst London-listed gambling company William Hill jumped from B2 (2011 full year to A1.
Friday, May 24, 2013
The A$150 billion scaling back of expansion plans by Australian resources projects over the past year is having a devastating impact on mining services companies, and government projections suggest the mood of austerity sweeping the sector is here to stay. Official data released this week by government commodities forecaster, the Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics (BREE), suggests that investment in Australian resources projects could tumble by around 75 per cent over the next five years if the big miners continue to slash spending on new projects and expansions.
This outcome would see committed investment on resource projects fall from A$268 billion in 2012 to A$25 billion in 2018. BREE attributes much of this decline to too few high-value projects progressing through the investment pipeline to offset the completion of the LNG projects currently under construction. According to BREE’s research, austerity measures by mining heavyweight BHP Billiton (BHP) will see its spending fall by $4 billion over the next year, while rival Rio Tinto (RIO) has savings of $5 billion in its sights by late 2014.
What does this mean for mining services businesses?