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With About You's IPO and CureVac's massive share price drop, a lot happened at the stock exchange this week. There is also news from the US side: The prime interest rate remains at 0-0.25%.

As we do every week, we let our community decide which stocks they think are relevant or not. Some will sound familiar, while others may be a hidden gem.

Happy reading!

P.S. and as always, please remember that investing comes with risk, especially at times like now when we are seeing increased volatility and an abundance of liquidity in the markets.


1. Zalando

Weak start to the year for Zalando

Since the beginning of the year, the Zalando share has gained only 1.5 percent. This puts the stock well below the MDAX, which has performed well with plus 10.5 percent.

Behind the Zalando share is the largest European e-commerce player, if you talk about the fashion mail order business. Most recently, the gross merchandise volume was just over 10 billion euros. Management expects this to triple to 30 billion euros in the coming years.📦

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2. HelloFresh

High expectations for HelloFresh

Hello Fresh CFO Christian Gärtner recently announced at the group's annual general meeting that the company is planning new investments of around 150 million euros. Investments will be made in new production capacities in the core countries. 🍋

Since March 2020, the HelloFresh share price has increased fourfold. The share continues to rise, and this despite the fact that the reopening scenario has already been priced into the shareprice. Analysts believe that HelloFresh papers can rise above 100 euros.

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3. Airbnb

Airbnb on the downswing

The US company Airbnb had a very interesting IPO just last year. At that time, the very first share price was quoted at more than twice the issue price. Since mid-March, however, the company has been on a downward trend. The quarterly figures, which were recently published, disappointed both investors and analysts. Furthermore, announced updates were not published.

On the other hand, the statistics of customer behavior speak for the company. Bookings on average are becoming more expensive but also longer. 🛏️

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4. Thyssen Krupp

Thyssen Krupp suffers from falling steel prices

The MDAX group Thyssen Krupp is in free fall at the moment. This is due to falling metal prices, which are making life difficult for the group. Recently there was an upward trend in the steel industry due to rising steel prices. Expectations of the end of the pandemic and an imminent economic upturn have provided a boost for weeks. 🏗️

However, analysts at Deutsche Bank are positive. They leave their rating on the company at BUY with a target price of 17 EURO.

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5. PepsiCo

PepsiCo exceeds expectations again

The company PepsiCo has outperformed the industry in the last three months thanks to a surprise trend. The company beat analysts' estimates for revenue and earnings for the ninth consecutive quarter with its first quarterly results for 2021.

The strong fourth-quarter results from 2020 were driven by strong global snack and food businesses and accelerated growth in beverage variety. The beverage giant will pay its quarterly dividend on June 30. The dividend will be $1,075. This is 5% higher than last year. This is the 49th consecutive increase. 🥤

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