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    2. Conti rated as ‘buy’ for ‘best cost base’ in the tyre business

      Following comparably strong second-quarter 2020 results, some financial analysts have confirmed their buy rating for Continental AG shares. The reason? Ongoing cost-cutting plans as well as deep restructuring measures. Writing in an investors note published on 7 August, Jefferies equity research suggested Contis planned spin-off of its Vitesco powertrain operation plays a key role in this strategy:
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    3. Warburg Pincus acquires first tranche of Apollo Tyres shares

      Warburg Pincus is now a shareholder in Apollo Tyres Ltd. During a meeting yesterday, the tyre makers Committee of Directors - Private Placement allocated Emerald Sage Investment Ltd., an affiliate of the private equity firm, 54,000,000 compulsorily convertible preference shares. Emerald Sage paid a total of Rs s. 5,400,000,000 (57.56 million) for the shares in this first tranche transaction, or Rs 100 each.
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    1. The stock is up not because of the company's fundamentals, but because of bets on which Cho brother would win control.
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    2. As CEO Georg Brunstam has successfully lead Hexpol since the start and listing on the stock exchange and the proposal is a natural step to ensure continuity and further development of Hexpol.
      In Hexpol names Brunstam as chairman, hunts for new CEO
    3. Base effect is coming into play and real increase in production is yet to be felt. Moreover there are disruptions in arrivals of new stock due to demonetisation. So availability of natural rubber continues to be a concern even though production has gone up.
      In Rubber production rise drives price reversal, Indian rubber now cheaper