Those who invest in mechanics today in Europe choose Biesse.
What the European financial market has been demonstrating, even as early as the last quarter of 2014, is a continuously growing interest in machinery companies like Biesse, whose market value is registering a trend that goes way above every expectation.
2015 began in this same positive light, in spite of all of the adversity and financial tension still present on a global level, showing an elevation that has been favoured in particular by the chronic weakness of the euro. This weakness significantly benefits exportation and Biesse can't be anything but advantaged in terms of market penetration, being as it is an international Group that exports almost 90% of its sales volume.
“In the last period, Biesse over-performed the Stock Exchange indices in a substantial way,” explains Alberto Amurri, IR for Biesse. “In fact, the stock registered an increase of 72% in 2014 against a rise of 55% for the main equivalent" in Germany.
The business and industrial activities completed by Biesse in the last 18 months have transmitted trust to the financial markets, inspiring a more widespread optimistic perception which supports an upswing in the demand for durable goods.
Read also the article: Biesse continues to rise but is just the appetizer (in italian).