Ebitda sell-side analyst consensus figures
January 22, 2019
Fourth quarter 2018 Ebitda sell-side analysts’ consensus figures.
The consensus figures are based on analysts’ estimates recorded by the Company. The below consensus figures represent the aggregated the expectations of sell-side analysts who, to the best of our knowledge, cover Aperam on a continuous basis. This is currently a group of around 13 brokers.
The listed analysts follow Aperam on their own initiative and Aperam is not responsible for their views.
Ebitda consensus estimates
|Period||Number of sell-side analysts participation||Ebitda consensus average EUR million|
|4Q 2018||13||EUR 86 million|
The sell-side analysts who cover Aperam and whose estimates are included in the Group consensus outlined above are the following:
- ABN Amro - Philip Ngotho
- Bank of America Merrill Lynch - Cedar Ekblom
- Citi - Ephrem Ravi, Krishan Agarwal
- Degroof Petercam - Frank Claassen
- Deutsche Bank - Bastian Synagowitz
- Exane - Luc Pez
- ING - Stijn Demeester
- Jefferies - Seth Rosenfeld, Alan Spence
- JP Morgan - Luke Nelson
- Kepler - Rochus Brauneiser
- Morgan Stanley - Menno Sanderse
- Société Générale - Christian Georges
- UBS - Carsten Riek
The consensus estimate is based on estimates, forecasts and predictions made by third party financial analysts and can only be seen as a consensus view on Aperam's results from an outside perspective. Aperam does not accept any responsibility for the quality or accuracy of any individual forecast or estimate. This web page may contain forward-looking statements based on current assumptions and forecasts made by Aperam or third parties. Various known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors could lead to material differences between Aperam's actual future results, financial situation, development or performance, and the estimates given here. These factors include those discussed in Aperam's periodic reports available on www.aperam.com, section Investors & Shareholders.