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Classics Delivery Hero share loses destruction: Delivery Hero takes 1 billion euros with convertible bonds 1 billion euros an

09:25  03 september  2021
09:25  03 september  2021 Source:   finanzen.net

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of the online delivery service Delivery Hero orders more than a billion for growth with the issue of convertible bonds.

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The first tranche over 750 million euros will pay at 1.0 percent, the coupon of the second tranche over 500 million euros is 2.125 percent, as the DAX - Group announced late Thursday night. The company had announced the emission shortly after the stock exchange. The interest is at the top of the presentation of the Delivery Hero management.

The Group nevertheless uses the currently very attractive low interest rate environment to provide favorable money, while some central banks are already thinking about a tendency, slight tightening of monetary policy. That would probably rise the financing costs for companies, although it is likely to take months until it is time.

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The convertible bonds are running until 2026 or 2029. However, the company can transform them from 30 September 2024 (first tranche) and from 30 September 2025 (second tranche) under certain conditions in shares.

At the Tradegate trading platform, the course dropped by 1.6 percent to 129.80 euros compared to the Xetra-Final until 10 pm. In the main business, the papers were still climbed up to about 135 euros and thus to the highest level since the end of April.

The freshness of the bond sales want to use the management "for general corporate purposes" as well as to invest in the relevant opportunities - to invest growth.

The bond emission promises that there will be busy at short notice, Analyst Giles Thorne wrote from the investment house Jefferies as well in a first comment. It gives good arguments for investment by Delivery Hero into growth from our own, but also for acquisitions.

First recently, the manager magazine had reported Delivery Hero before getting started at the delivery service startup Gorillas for around 200 million euros. Later, another 200 to 400 million euros will be invested.

Currently, the DAX Group works on the acquisition of the South Korean delivery service WOOWA. Here was the ultimate progress last. So Delivery Hero found a buyer for his own South Korea daughter Yogiyo. The Korean authorities had made the separation from the division to the prerequisite for WOOWA may be taken over./mis/Berlin (DPA-AFX)

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