The Deutsche Post is approaching an important obstacle! | News

Division German post office it has lost more than 40 percent from its 52-week high. As a result, the stocks now have a price / earnings ratio of 8.5 and a dividend yield of 5.1 percent (Source: Thomson Reuters). Historically and compared to the sector as a whole, the valuation is currently extremely moderate. The downward movement was triggered, inter alia, by lowered coronation measures in many countries, persistently high inflation and fears of recession. All of this fueled fears of a sharp decline in the transport and delivery industry. Nevertheless, CEO Frank Appel confirmed the forecast for the full year at the general meeting of shareholders in May.

The logistics group recorded surprisingly good data for the first quarter of 2022. As expected, the Post & Paket Deutschland and eCommerce Solutions segments were weaker. At the same time, however, the shipping activity grew significantly and was the area with the highest turnover in the first quarter. In much of China, shipping activity was partially halted in the second quarter due to blocking measures. While the measures have now been partially relaxed, they have not yet been fully lifted. How this will affect the figures will become clear no later than August 5, when the data for the second financial quarter will be presented.

From 1 July, the company increased the prices of packages for individual clients. This could have a positive impact on the Post & Parcel Germany sector at the latest during the holiday season. A few days ago, Deutsche Post announced that the first tranche of the current share buyback program will be increased from EUR 300 million to EUR 800 million. Despite good news and moderate valuation, a continuation of the downward move cannot be ruled out. This is all the more true if the signs of a recession are confirmed.

Diagram: German Post

Resistance levels: 36.60 / 39.90 / 44.60 / 50.00 EUR

Support sign: 33.45 / 35.20 EUR

Deutsche Post shares have been on a downward trend since last fall. The 38.2% retracement line has now been reached and there are signs of stabilization around EUR 35.20. The Bulls are having a hard time catching the Scepter as there are strong resistance levels at EUR 36.60 and EUR 39.90. However, if the break above the levels is successful, there is a chance for a permanent rebound to 44.60 EUR. Today the newspaper is already climbing to a lower level. The stocks, on the other hand, find solid support at 33.45.

Deutsche Post in euro; Daily chart (1 candle = 1 day)

Period of observation: 03/17/2021 – 07/07/2022. Historical observations are not reliable indicators of future events. Source: tradingdesk.onemarkets.de

Deutsche Post in euro; Weekly chart (1 candle = 1 week)

Observation period: 07/08/2017 – 07/07/2022. Historical observations are not reliable indicators of future events. Source: tradingdesk.onemarkets.de

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