Analyst identifies some positive elements in Demant report despite downgrade

Although the Danish hearing aid manufacturer just revised its financial expectations for the full year, it hasn’t all been bad for Demant in the second quarter, a Sydbank analyst concludes.

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Hearing aid manufacturer Demant has been fighting an uphill battle in the first half of the year, but there are still a few positive takeaways from the Danish company’s financial report, which was made public on Tuesday.

In the report, Demant downgraded its expectations for 2022 based on weaker performances within retail hearing aid sales and its headset and gaming equipment businesses.

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