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All eyes on growth but also on operating income and earnings per share (EPS).

That, in one line, is the story of this week’s reporting ahead of trading tomorrow in the most prominent, listed European freight forwarders DSV (Tuesday) and Kuehne + Nagel (K+N, Tuesday), as well as integrated logistics firm UPS (Tuesday), stateside.


The Danes at the end of Q2 22 raised guidance for adjusted 2022 Ebit to the Dkr23bn-25bn range (previously Dkr21bn-23bn) based on global GDP growth “of 2-3% for 2022” and ...

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