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23Mar17 15:30 GNW Committees of Metso's Board of Directors
23Mar17 15:02 GNW Decisions taken by Metso's Annual General Meeting 2017
22Mar17 09:16 GNW Metso honored with Best Foreign Entrepreneur 2016 award in South Korea
15Mar17 09:01 GNW Metso Digital Program set to accelerate business growth
10Mar17 13:50 GNW Notification according to chapter 9, section 5 and 6 of the Securities Market Act: BlackRock Inc.'s holding in Metso
07Mar17 18:00 GNW Metso launches industry-changing Metso MX crusher for minerals processing
02Mar17 12:00 GNW Metso introduces a new digital service enabling data-driven operations and improved performance
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Top line pressure set to continue in 2016

  • 04 Feb 16

Q415 orders reached €758m (versus €721m excluding PAS) corresponding to a +5% increase, of which €440m (vs. €446m excluding PAS) were services orders (-1% yoy). Net sales were €754m (vs. €921 million ex. PAS), of which €481m in services (€525m ex. PAS). For the whole fiscal year, net sales decreased by 13% from €3,363m to €2,923m. These results are even worse if we erase all FX tailwinds the company benefited from during FY15. Without currency impact, net sales decreased by c.16% yoy. In Q415, EBITA before non-recurring items was €91m while margin was 12.0% (vs. €120m and 13% in Q414). On a yearly basis, orders decreased by 52% during Q4 in China (-22% for FY15). South and Central America orders decreased by 11% in Q4 and 7% in FY15 while orders in Asia-Pacific increased by 82% in Q4 and 14% in 2015. North America and Europe orders also increased: +5% for Q4 in North America (+3% FY15) and +12% in Europe (+0%). Finally, Africa and Middle East have seen their orders decrease by 33% during Q4 (25% for FY15). EPS was EUR2.95 in 2015 (€1.25 ex. PAS selling) versus €1.25 last year. The Board proposed a dividend of €1.05, in line with last year’s dividend. This represents a payout ratio of 84% (36% taking SAP cash inflow into account). The firm reaffirmed it will maintain its dividend policy, keeping a payout ratio above 50% of total EPS. The company decided for the first time not to give any numerical figures for FY16 guidance.