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Hungary Richter's CEO affirms revenue guidance, sees rising marketing spending in H2
Hungary's Richter posts HUF 28 bln Q2 net profit, exceeding forecasts
Hungary's Richter gets EU approval for uterine fibroid medicine
Richter Gedeon Vegyeszeti Gyar Nyrt is a Hungary-based company engaged in the research, development, production and marketing and trade of pharmaceutical products. The Company’s business is structured into three segments: the Pharmaceuticals segment, which includes the companies that are involved in the Company’s core business, including research, development and production of pharmaceutical products; the Wholesale and retail segment covers distribution companies and pharmacies that are part of the sales network in various regional markets and, as such convey its products to consumers, and the Other segment presents all the other consolidated companies that provide marketing and sales support services. The Company’s subsidiaries include, among others, Gedeon Richter Romania SA, Gedeon Richter Polska Sp Z.o.o., and ZAO Gedeon Richter-RUS.
Biotechnology & Drugs
Gyomroi ut 19-21.
Chairman of the Board of Directors, Member of the Executive Board
Attila Laszlo Chikan
Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board
William de Gelsey
Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Board, Member of the Board of Directors
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Board, Member of the Board of Directors
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Central European stocks extended their advance on Wednesday, with indexes in Budapest and Prague scaling fresh highs as they tracked a rise in global markets, while better than expected corporate earnings also boosted the region's bourses. Equities in Europe and the United...
Central European currencies held stable on Tuesday after losses in the previous session, as traders and analysts expected worries about the Delta variant's spread to keep pressuring markets in the region. The Hungarian forint edged up 0.09%, trading at 359.50 per euro —...
Hungary's parliament passed legislation on Tuesday setting up foundations to take over the running of universities and cultural institutions in a move critics say extends the ideological imprint of the ruling right-wing government.
Hungary is set to pass legislation on Tuesday setting up foundations to take over the running of universities and cultural institutions in a move critics say extends the ideological imprint of the ruling right-wing government.
Central European currencies were mixed in thin trading on Tuesday and regional stocks retreated from highs in the previous session, with Budapest outperforming the region, helped by leading pharmaceutical company Richter Gedeon. On Monday, Prague's main share index tested...
Central European currencies were little changed on Wednesday, ahead of the Polish central bank's monetary policy meeting outcome, where analysts expect it to keep rates on hold, although some see a chance for another rate cut this year. The zloty was little changed, edging...
The Hungarian forint and the Polish zloty recouped some of their losses from the previous session on Thursday as markets in the CEE region were eyeing developments in the row over the European Union's budget and recovery fund, analysts said. Poland and Hungary are blocking...
Hungary's government submitted draft bills late on Tuesday which could force opposition parties to link up to fight an election and reduces transparency over public money, prompting a withering rebuke from the opposition.
Hungarian drugmaker Richter has manufactured enough doses of COVID-19 drug Remdesivir to treat 3,000 patients, spokeswoman Zsuzsa Beke said on Wednesday, amid shortages of the medication in Europe.
A Richter Gedeon Vegyeszeti Gyar Nyrt. statement for the daily Vilaggazdasag was quoted by national news agency MTI as follows:
A bill submitted by the Hungarian government to transfer state-owned shares in drugmaker Gedeon Richter to an education foundation could open the door to a takeover of the group, its chairman told website Portfolio.hu on Tuesday.
Securities analysts revised their ratings and price targets on several European companies, including Idorsia Ltd, Next and Richter, on Monday. HIGHLIGHTS * Carnival : HSBC raises to buy from hold; cuts target price to 1280p from 3500p * Idorsia Ltd : Credit Suisse raises...
The Hungarian forint firmed, outperforming its regional peers, while Central European stock markets strengthened on Friday, helped by a global risk-on mood on hopes that trade tensions between the United States and China were easing. The forint gained 0.25% and was trading...
Hungarian drugmaker Richter <GDRB.BU> posted a close to 32% jump in first-quarter net profit on Friday and raised its operating profit margin guidance on favourable exchange rates and coronavirus-related cost reductions.
* DEMAND-SIDE IMPACTS OF CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC SIGNAL DECLINE IN TURNOVER FOR SOME PRODUCTS -CEO
* Q1 NET PROFIT HUF 29 BILLION VERSUS HUF 23.4 BILLION IN SURVEY BY FINANCIAL NEWS WEBSITE PORTFOLIO.HU
* RICHTER-HELM BIOLOGICS AND INOVIO TO EXPAND EXISTING DNA MANUFACTURING AGREEMENT TO SUPPORT LARGE-SCALE MANUFACTURING OF INOVIO'S INVESTIGATIONAL DNA VACCINE FOR COVID-19
Hungary's Richter says in statement on Budapest Stock Exchange web site:
Richter Gedeon Vegyeszeti Gyar Nyrt says on Budapest Stock Exchange web site:
* ENTERS INTO EXCLUSIVE AGREEMENT WITH MYOVANT SCIENCES TO SELL RELUGOLIX COMBINATION TABLET FOR UTERINE FIBROIDS AND ENDOMETRIOSIS IN CERTAIN TERRITORIES OUTSIDE THE U.S.
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