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Market opportunities by T-Advisor: CA Immobilien

T-Advisor, through its tool Market Opportunities, has detected the company CA Immobilien listed in the Vienna Stock Exchange, as an opportunity for investment.

These are the main figures about performances and volatility in the last years:

CA Immobilien main figures in T-Advisor

The chart shows the evolution in the last year:

CA Immobilien chart in T-Advisor

The technical analysis reveals also more data:

CA Immobilien technical analysis in T-Advisor

Finally, the risk analysis is as it follows:

CA Immobilien risk analysis in T-Advisor

CA Immobilien is an Austrian real estate company with branch offices in Germany and some of Central and Eastern European countries. Its core business involves leasing, managing and developing office buildings. Founded in 1987, CA Immobilien controls property assets of around € 3.7 bn.It is involved with a number of large and notable buildings, including Tower 185, the Skyline Plaza complex in Frankfurt and the Europacity complex in Berlin

Rental income in 2015 reached €154.8 million, a 6.6% more than in 2014. The net result increased 273.5% between 2014 and 2015, up to €316 million, as a result of the cumulative revaluation. The share price doubled in the last 5 years.

Market opportunities by T-Advisor: Lenzing

T-Advisor, through its tool Market Opportunities, has detected the company Lenzing, listed in Vienna Stock Exchange, as an opportunity for investment.

These are the main figures about performances and volatility in the last years:

Lenzing main data in T-Advisor

The chart shows the evolution in the last year:

Lenzing chart in T-AdvisorThe technical analysis reveals also more data:

Lenzing technical analysis in T-Advisor

Finally, the risk analysis is as follows:

Lenzing risk analysis in T-Advisor

Lenzing is an international group of companies with headquarters in Austria. It supplies the global textile and nonwovens industry with high-quality man-made cellulose fibers. The portfolio ranges from dissolving pulp, standard and specialty cellulose fibers to engineering services. It has factories and offices in 8 countries. In the last 10 years, the group has reorganized its structure, selling some divisions as plastic and buying competitors in its core business.

Lenzing sales in 2013 decreased 8,6% compared with 2012, till € 1,908 million. Net profit also descended 72.3%, till 50.03 million. The figures reflects the effect of the plastic subsidiary sale. The share is recovering from the negative trend since the maximum price reached in June 2011. Last March, it touched the lowest point and since then the trend is positive. The price increased in last 6 months around 15%.