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Covestro AG is a Germany-based company engaged in the manufacturing of polymer materials. It develops, produces and markets polyurethanes, polycarbonates and raw materials, as well as coatings, adhesives and other specialties. The Company's activities are divided into three segments: Polyurethanes, offering precursors, such as flexible polyurethane foam primarily used in the furniture and automotive industries, and rigid foam used as insulating material in the construction industry and in refrigeration chains; Polycarbonates, providing plastic polycarbonates in the form of granules, composite materials, and semi-finished products for use in the automotive, construction, medical technology, lighting industries, among others; and Coatings, Adhesives, Specialties, producing precursors for coatings, adhesives, sealants and specialties, as well as polymer materials and aqueous dispersions for use in automotive and transportation, wood processing and furniture applications, among others.
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German chemicals and plastics maker Covestro's <1COV.DE> chief executive said it was still hard to carry out takeover deals that create value amid stubbornly high asset prices.
German chemicals maker Covestro AG <1COV.DE> narrowed its full-year forecast on Monday amid a challenging economic environment, particularly in the automotive sector, as it reported mixed third-quarter results.
German chemicals maker Covestro AG <1COV.DE> confirmed its full-year core profit outlook on Wednesday, saying it met its second-quarter targets despite challenging global economic conditions, competitive pressures and weakness in the automotive industry.
German chemicals maker Covestro said core profit fell 58 percent, with product prices under pressure as rivals bolster their output.
German chemicals maker Covestro said core profit could halve this year as rivals increase production and demand from customers such as the Asian car industry slows.
German chemicals maker Covestro said its 2019 core earnings could fall to as little as half of last year's level as rivals removed production bottlenecks.
German chemicals maker Covestro <1COV.DE> warned it expected a slight decrease in earnings this year compared with a gain seen previously, leading its shares to slump to a two-year low.
Germany's Covestro <1COV.DE> plans to cut 900 jobs globally and reduce costs by 350 million euros (310 million pounds) per year from 2021, aiming to reign in an increase in expenses from an investment push to widen output capacity.
Germany's Covestro plans to reduce costs by 350 million euros ($400 million) per year from 2021, aiming to reign in an increase in expenses from an investment push to widen output capacity.
* Baytown project expenditures to peak 2021-2023 (Adds CEO comment on rival projects, investment spread over time)
Germany's Covestro, the former plastics unit of Bayer, will invest 1.5 billion euros ($1.7 billion) in a new production plant in Baytown, Texas for chemicals that go into rigid insulation foams.
Bayer <BAYGn.DE> is inviting financial investors to bid for its 60 percent stake in chemical park operator Currenta after initially failing to agree a sale to its former chemicals subsidiary Covestro <1COV.DE>, three people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
* Q2 EBITDA up 16.2 percent to 985 bln euros vs f'cast 1.2 bln
Germany's Covestro raised its earnings guidance and bolstered its investment ambitions, encouraged by strong demand for its specialty materials such as transparent polycarbonate plastics.
Higher Prices for foam chemicals and transparent plastics helped Germany's Covestro post a gain of more than a quarter in quarterly core earnings.
Covestro <1COV.DE>, a maker of materials for insulation foams and transparent plastics, will replace broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 Media <PSMGn.DE> in Germany's blue-chip DAX index <.GDAXI>, after Bayer <BAYGn.DE> sold off Covestro shares.
Covestro, a maker of materials for insulation foams and transparent plastics, will replace broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 Media on Germany's blue-chip DAX index, stock exchange operator Deutsche Boerse said.
Germany's Covestro, a maker of materials for insulation foams and transparent plastics, said it would generate cash at a faster rate than previously thought, helped by demand from undersupplied global materials markets.
* KBR AWARDED MULTI-YEAR ENGINEERING SERVICES CONTRACT FOR COVESTRO'S NORTH AMERICAN SITES Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Bayer <BAYGn.DE>, the drug company that is buying seed maker Monsanto <MON.N>, has raised 1.8 billion euros (1.59 billion pounds) from selling a 10.4 percent stake in Covestro <1COV.DE>, nearing a complete divestment from the plastics company.
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