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Alphabet share quarterly figures Q4-2022
For a long time, Alphabet was able to boast double-digit revenue growth, contrary to expectations. This is now over for the time being, but the outlook for the full year 2022 is quite inviting compared to the original fears.
Intel share quarterly figures Q4-2022 - Dividend at any price?
The Intel share is not only suffering from macroeconomic developments. The company's management seems to put the dividend payout above long-term operational development.
HelloFresh Share Quarterly Figures Q3 - 2022 + The most important from the Earnings Call
With every announcement of the quarterly figures of the HelloFresh share I have the same feeling. Now' it will be decided where the company is heading in the long term and every time I get the impression after the figures that it is still not open for all to see that the provider of food solutions will have a sustainable success.
Tesla share quarterly figures Q3-2022 + earnings call - fraud allegations refuted
Tesla, probably the most discussed company in the world, has presented its quarterly figures and as usual there were again accusations of fraud and a lot of criticism. I can refute much of this below, although I must also add a critical word or two.
Pepsi share Q3-2022 - Expectations exceeded across the board
As usual, the earnings season opened with the Q3 figures for the Pepsi share. Will customers remain loyal to branded products in times of sharply rising prices? Spoiler: In some regions, that's not the case, and yet the results are in Pepsi's favor.
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The debts of the car manufacturers - Why VW, BMW & Mercedes are 'not' over-indebted
The massive over-indebtedness of classic car manufacturers is a myth that has now bravely persisted for years. Unfortunately, the differences to other companies are all too often forgotten.
Stock-Based Compensation - Why stock-based compensation also reduces free cash flow
Looking at companies' quarterly and annual figures, one gets the impression that share-based compensation for employees has no impact on free cash flow. At first glance, this seems to be the case, but a second look reveals a different picture. You can find out exactly what that is in this article.