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bodohans123: Yandex - wo geht die Reise hin?
abzugeben. Beobachte diesen Wert schon eine Weile, suche und warte noch auf den richtigen Einstiegsmoment. Google hat auch mal klein angefangen.
Pichel: über 23,55$ gehts in Richtung 28$
Pichel: bin gestern mit nachgez. Stopp
bodohans123: was ist denn heut schon wieder los,
bodohans123: Also, die Umsatzzahlen sind wohl nicht so
Steigerung, jedoch hatte man mehr erwartet! Wie immer.
bodohans123: Ja was passiert denn hier seit ein paar Tagen?
Die Aktie kennt nur eine Richtung, hat einer von Euch, verehrten Mitstreitern, eine plausible
Kicky: Yandex mit report am 20.2. fürs volle Jahr
Kicky: Yandex (YNDX) Is Today's Dead Cat Bounce
The average volume for Yandex has been 2.5 million shares per day over the past 30 days. .....TheStreet Quant Ratings rates Yandex as a buy. The company's strengths can be seen in multiple areas, such as its robust revenue growth, largely solid financial position with reasonable debt levels by most measures, notable return on equity, solid stock price performance and impressive record of earnings per share growth. We feel these strengths outweigh the fact that the company shows weak operating cash flow.
In a report published Thursday, Morgan Stanley analyst Edward Hill-Wood raised the price target on Yandex N.V. (NASDAQ: YNDX [FREE Stock Trend Analysis]) from $42.00 to $50.00 and named the stock as the top media pick for 2014. Yandex emerged as a "must own" global emerging market stock. Morgan Stanley noted that new analysis implies that revenue will accelerate in the fourth quarter and grow 33% in 2014 versus consensus of 28%. Free cash flow is forecasted to double to $520 million by 2013-2015 based on the acceleration of high margin core O&O platforms which makes up 75% of revenues.
Read more: http://www.benzinga.com/analyst-ratings/...stanley-note#ixzz2sGqlpVkz
Kicky: Yandex Niederlassung in Berlin
Bekannt ist Yandex vor allem für seine Suchmaschine; diese ist im heimischen Russland Marktführer und gilt weltweit als Nummer vier hinter Google, Baidu und Yahoo, aber noch vor Bing. ....Börsenwert von etwa 12,5 Milliarden US-Dollar.
Kicky: Nettoergebnis plus 64% in 2013
So lagen die Umsatzerlöse von Yandex N.V. (WKN: A1JGSL) im Geschäftsjahr 2013 mit 39,5 Mrd. Rubel (rund 1,2 Mrd. US-Dollar) um 37 Prozent über dem Vorjahresniveau. Dabei schnellte das operative Ergebnis um 36 Prozent nach oben und erreichte einen Wert von 12,8 Mrd. Rubel. Ungleich dynamischer entwickelte sich das Nettoergebnis mit einem Wert von 13,47 Mrd. Rubel (411,7 Mio. Dollar), was einem Anstieg um satte 64 Prozent entspricht.Mit Blick auf das vierte Quartal stiegen die Umsatzerlöse um 37 Prozent auf 10,09 Mrd. Rubel. Am Ende des Weihnachtsquartals 2013 stand ein Nettoüberschuss in Höhe von 3,35 Mrd. Rubel (plus 24 Prozent). http://www.it-times.de/news/nachricht/datum/2014/...chwaecht-sich-ab/
Kicky: Report enttäuscht KZ v.48 auf 41
Pacific Crest analysts Evan Wilson and Bryan Liang lowered their target price from $48 to $41 today, saying:
We are lowering our price target to $41 based on a negative revision of our EBITDA and EPS estimates, while keeping a 26x 2015 P/E multiple. The negative revision of our EPS estimate is roughly three-quarters due to currency.
The ruble has fallen over 7% against the dollar this year. Yandex generates revenue in ruble and is traded in dollars in New York....Deutsche Bank retains a Buy on Yandex, though acknowledging “limited near-term catalysts for shares.”
In addition, even though Yandex more than doubles Google‘s (GOOG) market share for Internet search in Russia, the country, in a long-term slump, presents macroeconomic risks. Russia’s GDP grew just 1.5% last year after growing 3.4% in 2012, and analysts expect Russia to grow at only 2.5% this year.
Kicky: Kooperation zwischen Google und Yandex
Damit soll Kunden der zur Verfügung stehende Werbe-Bestand (Advertising Inventory) deutlich gesteigert werden. .....http://www.it-times.de/news/nachricht/datum/2014/...oogle-und-yandex/
Kicky: Yandex hat israel.Kitlocate erworben +6,8%
KitLocate's technology can be applied in mobile applications for which data on a user's movements are essential, in order to offer services at the right location and at the right time. ....http://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2014/03/...s-KitLocate.html
captain345: Moin Kicky
Ich hatte Yand schon mal, dann bei 21 verkauft, sie fiel bis ca. 17 und dann aus dem Auge verloren. Die gegenwärtige Situation sollte Yandex stärken. Niemand soll den Patriotismus der Russen unterschätzen.
Kicky: Russian SOEs May De-List DRs
das klingt aber gar nicht gut
On Tuesday, Russia‘s First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov told the media that Russian companies listed on foreign stock exchanges should consider de-listing their depositary receipts and re-listing in Moscow. “A matter of economic security for them,” Shuvalov said.
It is a matter of economic security for U.S. investors as well, who will have trouble selling their ADR shares in companies that are added to the U.S. sanctions list. Bloomberg reports:
The New York-listed equities of any company that the Treasury Department adds to the sanctions list would become off limits to U.S. investors.
“If a company is designated, then any shares of that company in the control or possession of a U.S. person are blocked,” Lee said by e-mail on April 8. “Those shares could not be sold. That would really put downward pressure on the stock price.”
The ruble lost 8.7% against the dollar. Concerns over sanctions have sent Russian search engine Yandex (YNDX) down 31.5%, even though Yandex has very little business in Ukraine. Mobile telecom VimpelCom (VIP) and Mobile TeleSystems (MBT) lost 34.9% and 22.8% respectively.
Russia’s state-owned companies may well de-list, noted J.P. Morgan analyst Alex Kantarovich:
We believe that the statecontrolled companies with DRs, including Gazprom (OGZPY), Rosneft (OJSCY), Sberbank (SBRCY), VTB (VTBR-GB) and RusHydro (RSHYY), could potentially delist. In the last 12M, state-controlled companies’ DRs accounted for 26% of total trading volumes with 40% in local volumes......
Kicky: tough Competition to Google in Russia
Similar to Yandex, Baidu (BIDU) is the search engine leader in China. Microsoft (MSFT) and Yahoo (YHOO) too offer search services and generate revenue from search ads.
Yandex believes its mission is to help users solve their everyday problems by building people-centric products and services. The company uses its technical capabilities to develop advanced search technology and information retrieval services. Yandex’s search services and many of its other services are location-based and available in versions tailored for mobile and other digital platforms or devices. The company also offers a wide range of specialized search-based, personal, and location-based services.
Yandex’s popular mobile apps include Yandex.Maps, a mapping service that provides detailed maps of more than 1,300 cities and towns in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Belarus, together with satellite images and hybrid maps, panoramic street views, and driving directions for desktop and mobile users. Yandex.Market is an online retail comparison shopping service that’s being revamped to benefit from the growth of e-commerce in Russia. Yandex said on its 4Q 2013 earnings call that its revenue growth was primarily driven by Yandex.Taxi, a taxi ordering service with traffic-based routing. Other mobile applications include Yandex.Search for Mobile, Yandex.Mail, and the online payment service Yandex.Money.....
Kicky: Deutsche senkt KZ v. 38 auf 32
Yandex is still a good company; the first quarter earnings looked good, commented Deutsche Bank. But Yandex has country risk. “We remind investors that the country is represented via a priority share owned by Sberbank, which itself is 51% controlled by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation”, noted Deutsche Bank analyst Lloyd Walmsley and team in a research note today.
According to Yandex’s filings with the SEC, through the priority shares, Sberbank, which is controlled by the Russian government (via the central bank stake)as well as the board of directors, would have to grant their approval before a shareholder could accumulate a 25% stake.
Yesterday, Russian President Vladimir Putin showed his intent to censor the Internet and Yandex, saying Russia should protect its information technology in a market dominated by the U.S. The U.S. is expected to deepen its sanctions against Russia.
Deutsche Bank lowered its price target to $32 down from $38. This price target implies 25 times 2014 earnings, down from 30 times before, to reflect “political risk.”...
Kicky: Yandex Report for the first quarter
Revenues of RUR 10.9 billion ($305.0 million), up 36% compared with Q1 2013 (and up 39% excluding the impact of Yandex.Money)
Ex-TAC revenues (excluding traffic acquisition costs) up 24% compared with Q1 2013 (and up 28% excluding the impact of Yandex.Money)
Income from operations of RUR 2.7 billion ($76.1 million), up 11% compared with Q1 2013
Adjusted EBITDA of RUR 4.0 billion ($113.3 million), up 15% compared with Q1 2013
Operating margin of 25.0%
Adjusted EBITDA margin of 37.1%
Adjustedex-TAC EBITDA margin of 48.6%
Net income of RUR 2.7 billion ($75.1 million), up 19% compared with Q1 2013
Adjusted net income of RUR 2.6 billion ($71.5 million), up 6% compared with Q1 2013
Net income margin of 24.6%
Adjusted net income margin of 23.4%
Adjustedex-TAC net income margin of 30.7%
Cash, cash equivalents and long-term deposits of RUR 51.0 billion ($1,428.0 million) as of March 31, 2014
"Yandex delivered strong quarterly revenue growth," said Arkady Volozh, Chief Executive Officer
Read more: http://www.nasdaq.com/press-release/...s-20140424-00152#ixzz30eiWkFTn
Sui77: Immer der falsche Zeitpunkt :/
Kicky: Traders Buying Up Social Media Stocks
Kicky: No Impact From Ukraine Says Barclay KZ $39,16
Mail.ru (MLRYY) and Yandex (YNDX) have not suffered from the Ukraine crisis.
The advertising environment is holding firm. Here is analyst Boris Vilidnitsky:
Our channel checks, including conversations with advertisers and management, indicate that the slowdown in economic growth has not impacted the internet advertising market to date. Although visibility is now reduced, advertisers are more concerned with political and legal issues than the low GDP growth.
President Vladimir Putin went on a rant about how Russia’s Internet companies were controlled by the U.S. last month, sending both stocks plummeting. Russia has since then tightened Internet regulations, including now requiring bloggers to register with the government. These new restrictive Internet regulations have limited impact on Mail.ru and Yandex, according to Barclays:
Over the last few weeks the Russian government has proposed several new regulations for the internet. The most significant is to potentially force companies to keep all data on Russian users within Russia. If the regulation is approved, Mail.ru would have to spend $20-30mn while Yandex would need to move its Finnish data center in house. We estimate the costs to Yandex at no more than a $50mn one off charge. Neither is substantial given the companies’ respective >$1bn of net cash on their balance sheet.
In addition, Barclays expects Yandex’s operating margins to improve this year:....
To be sure, Barclays lowered its target price for both companies, but only to reflect the lower exchange rate for ruble. Its local-currency estimates are not changed.
Between Mail.ru and Yandex though, Barclays prefer London-traded Mail.ru, because Mail.ru’s revenue stream is more diversified. Only one-third of Mail.ru’s revenue comes from advertising, whereas Yandex depends entirely on it.
Shares of Yandex have recovered strongly since its late April low of $24, now trading at $29.57. Barclays has $39.16 target price on this stock.