BERLIN/FRANKFURT, May 6 (Reuters) - The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Monday:
ThyssenKrupp said it still saw scope for agreement with European antitrust regulators on a planned joint venture with Tata Steel despite a Financial Times report that Brussels was likely to block the deal.
German industrial conglomerate Siemens is weighing options for its Gas and Power unit, carving out all or part of the business to prepare it for a potential stock market listing or a merger with a peer, two people close to the matter said.
Deutsche Bank executives may face an uncomfortable annual shareholders’ meeting on May 23. Boersen Zeitung reported that voting advisor Ivox is concerned about ratifying the management and supervisory boards’ business conduct, recommending to shareholders that this should be “critically questioned at least”.
Q1 results due.
Q1 results due. EBITDA seen up 18.35 percent at 46.0 million euros. Poll:
Q1 results due.
Q2 results due. The company on April 12 raised its full-year outlook, saying that revenues after the first two months of its current fiscal year amounted to 667 million euros.
Q2 results due.
Hellman & Friedman said Pulver Bidco GmbH was offering Scout24 shareholders to tender shares for consideration of 46 euro per share in cash.
RWE- 0.70 euros/shr dividend
Dow Jones +0.8 pct, S&P 500 +1.0 pct, Nasdaq +1.6 pct at close.
Japanese markets closed, Shanghai stocks -5.2 pct.
Time: 4:49 GMT.
Markit April PMI due at 0755 GMT. Services seen at 55.6, composite at 52.1.
VDMA March German engineering orders due at 0800 GMT.
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