Beiersdorf grows 6.2% and earns 2.4% more in Q2
The Germany cosmetic giant, owner of companies like Nivea or Eucerin, has closed the first half of its fiscal year on the rise with a revenue of 3.8 billion euros (4.2 billion dollars).
Beiersdorf on the rise. The German cosmetics giants has ended its H1 with a net benefit of 417 million euros (465 million dollars), 2.4% more than last year.
Sales of the group, on the other hand, has also stayed on the rise until June, with a growth of 6.1%, up to 3.8 billion euros (4.2 billion dollars). At the same time, the ebitda of Beiersdorf arrived at 588 million euros (656 million dollars), 3.8% more.
By regions sales of the group in Asia, Africa and Australia rised 11% up until 1 billion euros (1.1 billion dollars), while in Europe and America, the revenue rised 2.9% and 8.6% respectively.
After presenting its annual report, Beiersdorf, owner of companies like Nivea or Eucerin, has stated that forecasts the closure of its fiscal year 2019 with a rise in its revenue between 3% and 5%.
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