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Rocket Internet Said It Has Bought Back 1.7 Mln Shares
Rocket Internet Reports 548 Mln Eur Consolidated H1 Profit
Rocket Internet: Order Placement In IPO Of Global Fashion Group
Rocket Internet SE is a Germany-based company active in the investment management and fund operator industry. The Company identifies, builds, scales and retains ownership of Internet companies. It mainly operates in three sectors: e-commerce, including retail companies in the areas of fashion, general merchandise, home and living, office supplies and food groceries; marketplace, comprising companies active in fields such as real estate, travel, transport and food delivery which offer buyers and sellers venues for direct transactions, among others; and financial technology, containing companies bringing together borrowers and lenders in areas like the consumer and small and medium-sized enterprise segments. As a holding company, Rocket Internet AG holds interests in operating subsidiaries divided into regional Internet groups entailing the geographic regions Africa, Asia Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East. The Company has a controlling interest in HelloFresh GmbH.
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German ecommerce investor Rocket Internet <RKET.DE> has no immediate plans to go private, Chief Executive Oliver Samwer told investors on Thursday.
German ecommerce investor Rocket Internet has no immediate plans to go private, Chief Executive Oliver Samwer told investors on Thursday.
Shares in German ecommerce investor Rocket Internet jumped more than 7% on Thursday after a magazine reported that Chief Executive Officer Oliver Samwer is planning to delist the company to make more autonomous investment decisions.
Shares in German ecommerce investor Rocket Internet rose more than 7% in early trade on Thursday after a business magazine reported CEO Oliver Samwer is planning to delist the company.
The chief executive of German tech investor Rocket Internet on Wednesday said he felt very confident about African ecommmerce company Jumia , but he declined to comment directly on reports that questioned its figures.
German ecommerce investor Rocket Internet will set up more companies in 2019 than last year, it said on Thursday, as investors raise questions about the company's direction now most of its big holdings are listed or on track to go public.
German ecommerce company Rocket Internet said its stakes in unlisted ecommerce firms Global Fashion Group and Jumia, plus about another 200 smaller private start-ups, are worth about 1.2 billion euros ($1.35 billion).
The chief executive of Rocket Internet is poised to pounce if the recent fall in tech stocks continues, putting to work the German ecommerce investor's 2 billion euros ($2.28 billion) of available cash.
The chief executive of German ecommerce company Rocket Internet still sees net benefits to being a public company even thought it has separately listed most of the companies it launched.
Global Fashion Group (GFG), the emerging markets online fashion retailer set up by German ecommerce investor Rocket Internet and Sweden's Kinnevik, is planning a stock market flotation, a magazine reported on Thursday.
Westwing, the "home and living" company backed by Germany's Rocket Internet, is expected to price its initial public offering in the upper half of its indicative price range, one of the bookrunners organizing the flotation said on Friday.
Westwing, the online "home and living" company backed by Germany's Rocket Internet , said on Thursday it had set the price range for its planned initial public offering at 23 to 29 euros per share.
German start-up investor Rocket Internet <RKET.DE> is preparing its African online shopping platform Jumia for a possible New York listing in the first quarter of 2019 which could value the firm at about $1 billion, three sources close to the matter told Reuters.
German start-up investor Rocket Internet is preparing its African online shopping platform Jumia for a possible New York listing in the first quarter of 2019 which could value the firm at about $1 billion, three sources close to the matter told Reuters.
German ecommerce company Rocket Internet responded to investor calls to use some of its 2.1 billion euro cash pile on Thursday with a plan to buy back shares worth up to 150 million euros ($175 million), 3.6 percent of its outstanding stock.
German ecommerce company Rocket Internet will buy back up to 150 million euros ($175.25 million)worth of shares, or 3.6 percent of its outstanding stock, as it responds to investor calls to use some of its 2.1 billion euro cash pile.
Rocket Internet's finance chief Peter Kimpel had resigned to pursue a new management challenge, the German company said in a statement on Monday.
Germany's Rocket Internet said on Tuesday it is looking at investing in areas such as financial technology and artificial intelligence with the 2.6 billion euro ($3 billion) it has amassed.
Alibaba Group <BABA.N> has bought the entire share capital of Rocket Internet's <RKET.DE> South Asian ecommerce platform Daraz Group, Rocket Internet said on Tuesday.
* DGAP-NEWS: ROCKET INTERNET SE: ROCKET INTERNET SE HAS PURCHASED 9,724,739 OWN SHARES THROUGH ITS PUBLIC SHARE PURCHASE OFFER Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
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