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25.17 +0.02    +0.08%
12:48:43 - Delayed Data. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
Type:  Equity
Market:  Germany
ISIN:  DE000A1ML7J1 
S/N:  A1ML7J
  • Volume: 102,981
  • Bid/Ask: 25.17 / 25.26
  • Day's Range: 25.06 - 25.61
Vonovia 25.17 +0.02 +0.08%

Vonovia (VNAn) Earnings Dates & Reports

 
On this page, you can find detailed information about the financial performance of Vonovia SE, including the latest Vonovia SE earnings report and upcoming earnings date. The page provides an overview of the company's financial health, with key data points such as the current stock price, earnings per share, and revenue compared against the forecast.
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Latest Release

Mar 14, 2024

EPS / Forecast

0.5103 / 0.5103

Revenue / Forecast

837.4M / 798.27M

Revenue
EPS
 Forecast
 
Release Date Period End EPS /  Forecast Revenue /  Forecast
Aug 02, 2024 06/2024 -- /  0.5243 -- /  787.46M
Apr 30, 2024 03/2024 -- /  0.5098 -- /  788.25M
Mar 14, 2024 12/2023 0.5103 /  0.5103 837.4M /  798.27M
Nov 03, 2023 09/2023 0.5 /  0.4972 805.2M /  805.95M
Jul 25, 2023 06/2023 -2.34 /  0.4712 807.7M /  835.01M
May 04, 2023 03/2023 -2.47 /  0.5552 801.6M /  807.99M
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Peter Pan
Peter Pan Sep 20, 2023 7:37AM ET
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This company has 46 billion dollars in debt with a free cash flow of 1.3 billion. Add the high interest rates on top of it and wonder how long it will take until it ceases to exist...? :D
LL MM
LL MM Sep 20, 2023 7:37AM ET
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It is not about debts let alone, asset to debts is important, they have twice as much assets than debts. The reason for the debts is from financial investments in new projects/buildings etc. In worst case, they will just sell some of their assets to pay off loan rates, which they already did in particular. This is just temporary. I would buy in before we get the interest rate inversion. Once rates drop they will have significantly less problems, however, if rates will stay high as this for 5 years it would certainly not be good for Vonovia. Growth in this sector was always based on taking up debts. (see china or the benko empire, which just collapsed).
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LL MM Sep 20, 2023 7:37AM ET
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And by the way, those debts are not short term debts to be paid off but long term debts. So its not like they have to pay off 46bn in 2024 or any time soon lol, its just them rates, but which doubled or trippled meanwhile. I build up quite a few positions in November 2023 :)
László Balázs Antal
balazs___ Jul 25, 2023 2:39PM ET
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After 5 days it is still fighting against 200MA
László Balázs Antal
balazs___ Jul 19, 2023 7:00AM ET
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Time to take some profit. Today I sold 60% of my positions. 200MA is a strong resistance... If the rally continues I'm still happy with that. :)
László Tuba
László Tuba Jun 22, 2023 2:40PM ET
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best of turn around ;) situation ;) !
Arnie Doublehough
GreasyDAXhund Jun 22, 2023 2:40PM ET
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I don't know, Bulls have been beating a dead horse while getting badgered my Bears with this one for while now.
Arnie Doublehough
GreasyDAXhund Apr 26, 2023 8:51AM ET
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Oh, DAX ... 39 excellent stocks - and Vonovia.
Claudio Vassallo
Claudio Vassallo Mar 30, 2023 3:05PM ET
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Strong buy
Vlas Dacian
Vlas Dacian Mar 28, 2023 11:00AM ET
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Uncharted teritory … from here this can even more accelarate 🗡️🔻
László Balázs Antal
balazs___ Mar 28, 2023 11:00AM ET
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I guess you are looking at the wrong (CFD) chart. All time low was 15.23 (corrected with all splits).  And it bounced back from 15.27 ... just like it should. So no, it didn't reach the "uncharted territory".
Vlas Dacian
Vlas Dacian Mar 28, 2023 11:00AM ET
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It will soon …
László Balázs Antal
balazs___ Mar 28, 2023 11:00AM ET
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Vlas Dacian empty words. I say won't. 1-1
John Hatzi
John Hatzi Mar 24, 2023 3:17AM ET
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Jail!
John Chatziemmanouil
John Chatziemmanouil Mar 17, 2023 6:48AM ET
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Worst stock ever! Sort this sh… strongly to the ZERO!
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Alex Economakos
Alex Economakos Mar 17, 2023 6:48AM ET
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There is even worst . Check Aroundtown
László Balázs Antal
balazs___ Mar 17, 2023 6:48AM ET
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I like the panic-sell without reason.
James Sullivan
James Sullivan Mar 17, 2023 6:48AM ET
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Why do you say "without reason"?Doesn't most people fear that the company could go bankrupt?With that much debt isn't this a possible scenario?
László Balázs Antal
balazs___ Mar 17, 2023 6:48AM ET
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James Sullivan  These are my thoughts on why I believe Vonovia is not in trouble. But Pls, correct me if I'm wrong. 1. The revenue is 8.55B vs the total expenses (including all liabilities) is 6,95B. Since they convert EBIT to free cash flow it is no problem to pay them liabilities. 2. I believe residential real estate is less risky nowdays than office real estate. Companies can easily reduce their rented areas by mass dismissal or bring in more home office days. But people must live somewhere.  They must pay the rent every day. So basically we can say that the cash flow is stable here and I don't see the reason why it would decrease significantly. Temporary maybe the rent can decrease a little, but.... 3. The inflation is on the side of Vonovia. In the long term, inflation is burning the debt / increasing the revenue and also the worth of the assets.
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James Sullivan Mar 17, 2023 6:48AM ET
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Thanks for the explanation. Sounds reasonable! Anyway this movement downwards is not for faint-hearted ...
taja maja
taja maja Jan 26, 2023 8:16AM ET
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what ist the future?
 
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