Sport dividend share Munich Re: In all honesty - the 2020 financial year will be "okay"

14:10  21 october  2020
14:10  21 october  2020 Source:   fool.de

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The DAX share of Munich Re (WKN: 843002) is certainly one of the dividend shares within our domestic benchmark index that we do can count among the more reliable. For over 50 years, the reinsurer has kept its own dividends at least at the previous year's level . An important indicator that even difficult years can be mastered from a dividend perspective.

This is now more important than ever, because the entire insurance and reinsurance industry is facing a more difficult financial year due to COVID-19. The dividend can remain an essential constant.

However, this may not be as relevant as Foolish investors think. As we learn from a current update from the DAX reinsurer, the 2020 financial year seems to be pretty okay. So let's see what we should know now.

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Munich Re: Further profit in Q3

As the management of Munich Re announced this week, the third quarter will also be mixed. However, within the framework. In any case, those responsible at the DAX reinsurer have already communicated key data that clarify this and, given the nine-month figures, should show: at least operationally, the 2020 financial year will not be a catastrophe.

Munich Re's operating profit fell again by 77% to EUR 200m in the third quarter. The reason for this is partly again the corona-related damage, which within this period cost around EUR 800 million. The trigger here were weaker results in property and casualty insurance as well as life and health insurance. That seems obvious.

Nevertheless, Munich Re remains in the black again with this quarterly figures: After an operating profit of around EUR 0.8 billion in the first half of the year, the profit after nine months is expected to be around EUR 1 billion. That is probably a lot better than some investors expected at the beginning of the year.

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The future outlook

One thing is certain: Munich Re will with a probability bordering on certainty not match the strong previous year's figure with a profit of around EUR 2.7 billion. At this point, however, we should consider the exceptional situation the DAX reinsurer is now in: namely, in a global epidemic, and in such an epidemic, a positive result of around one billion euros is absolutely within the scope. Or even better.

The future prospects also seem to be brighter . As the management of Munich Re noted in the last few days, the market environment remains characterized by low interest rates. Nonetheless, those responsible expect higher premium income and growth through new, attractive markets such as cybersecurity.

That could mean moderate growth for Munich Re shares. With the prospect of a general turnaround, this is definitely an attractive starting point. This shows once again that individual years in the field of insurers and reinsurers can be difficult. However, also that solid (dividend) yields lurk for many years.

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Munich Re: An exciting share

It is therefore still clear to me that the Munich Re share is an exciting, reliable and currently possibly even inexpensive DAX representative. In any case, the dividend should remain a constant, especially given the operational strength during the crisis. With a dividend yield of 4.67%, the valuation situation could even be comparatively cheap now. Especially if the operational turnaround to the old strength and moderate growth succeeds in the medium to long term.

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Vincent owns shares in Munich Re. The Motley Fool has no position in any of the stocks mentioned.

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