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Ferrari on track with new models, has some "exciting" ones for next year
Ferrari CEO says Q2 order book up significantly vs same period last year
Ferrari says H2 2020 adj EBITDA in line with H2 2019 - Slide
Ferrari NV, known as Ferrari, is an Italy-based designer, manufacturer and retailer of sports cars that is incorporated in the Netherlands. It operates under the Ferrari brand. Its sports cars portfolio includes, among others, F12berlinetta, FF, Ferrari 488 GTB, 488 Spider, 458 Speciale, Ferrari California T, F12tdf and LaFerrari. The Company also offers financing services through Ferrari Financial Services. It also produces limited series and one-off cars. The Company divides its regional markets in EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa), Americas, Greater China and Rest of APAC (Asia-Pacific region, excluding Greater China) and is active in over 60 markets worldwide through a network of authorized dealers.
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Via Abetone Inferione N. 4
John Philipp Elkann
Executive Chairman of the Board
Louis C. Camilleri
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
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Antonio Picca Piccon
Chief Financial Officer
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Ferrari <RACE.MI> trimmed its full-year earnings forecast on Monday after second-quarter income fell 60% due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, but said orders were "very strong," sending the luxury carmaker's shares up nearly 4%.
Luxury sports car maker Ferrari <RACE.MI> still expects to make more than $1 billion in core profit this year, providing a relative beacon of stability in an auto industry ravaged by the coronavirus crisis.
Ferrari NV CEO Louis Camilleri tells analysts on a conference call:
Ferrari NV CEO Louis Camilleri tells analysts on a post-results conference call:
Ferrari said on Monday it had cut its core profit estimates for the year to reflect the impact of the coronavirus crisis, expected to mainly affect second quarter results.
* Q1 ADJUSTED EBITDA EUR 317 MILLION VERSUS EUR 322 MILLION IN REUTERS POLL
Luxury carmaker Ferrari <RACE.MI> said on Thursday it would restart operations at its Maranello and Modena plants on May 4, when Italy is set to start lifting lockdown measures.
Luxury carmaker Ferrari said on Thursday it would restart operations at its Maranello and Modena plants on May 4, when Italy is set start lifting lockdown measures imposed in early March to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Workers at Ferrari <RACE.MI> are signing up en masse for voluntary coronavirus screening so they can return to work as soon as possible in an ambitious scheme that could serve as a blueprint for manufacturers desperate to resume production.
Luxury carmaker Ferrari <RACE.MI> has begun making parts to convert snorkel masks into respirators for treating patients with coronavirus and protecting medical workers.
* COMPANY WILL GIVE UPDATE ON OUTLOOK WITH Q1 RESULTS BUT SAYS FULL VISIBILITY WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE
Luxury carmaker Ferrari is producing specialist valves at its Maranello factory to convert snorkel masks into respirators used to treat coronavirus patients, Chairman John Elkann said on Thursday.
Ferrari <RACE.MI> said on Wednesday it was piloting a project to conduct voluntary screening of employees and their families for coronavirus once the supercarmaker's factories in Italy reopen.
The boss of Exor <EXOR.MI> showed confidence on Wednesday in the success of three transformative deals set to reshape its multi-billion portfolio of corporate holdings, despite being caught at mid-air by the coronavirus crisis.
Luxury group Ferrari will pilot a project to conduct voluntary screening of employees and their families to better fight the novel coronavirus outbreak, the head of holding group Exor, which controls the supercarmaker, said on Wednesday.
Luxury carmaker Ferrari <RACE.MI> said on Friday it would extend the shutdown of its two Italian plants and reopen on April 14, provided it had supplies, and update 2020 forecasts in May when it releases its first-quarter earnings.
* TO GIVE FURTHER INDICATIONS ON GUIDANCE ON MAY 4 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdansk Newsroom)
Investment firm Exor said on Wednesday current plant closures at controlled companies Fiat Chrysler (FCA), CNH Industrial and Ferrari, though temporary, might continue and increase depending on how the coronavirus outbreak developed.
Italian carmakers Ferrari and Fiat Chrysler are in talks with the nation's biggest ventilator manufacturer to help to boost production of the life-saving machines that are urgently needed in the coronavirus crisis, company officials said on Thursday.
Luxury carmaker Ferrari said on Saturday it closed its two plants until March 27 in a response to the coronavirus outbreak in Italy and an emerging shortage of parts.
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