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Demant report looks to future following two horrifying fiscal years

Following the 2019 hacker attack and the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic, hearing aid firm Demant once again looks to the future Tuesday morning as it presents its annual financial statement. Analysts' eyes are on the company's guidance.

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Predominant emphasis will be placed on 2021 and expectations for the following year's development, when Demant hands in its yearly fiscal report Tuesday morning.

Following a couple of grim years starting with a hacker attack in September 2019, and following by the Covid-19 crisis last year, the ground has been laid for a more normalized 2021 for Demant, which is, however, still influenced by uncertainty caused by national lockdowns around the world.

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