Bank bemused by Ambu downgrade

According to Handelsbanken, investor confidence in Ambu's credibility has suffered a blow after the company downgraded its guidance.

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Analysts at the financial institution Handelsbanken are bemused that Ambu downgraded its guidance last year, since this move contrasts with announcements made by other contractors in the hospital sector, according to a stock exchange announcement from Handelsbanken on Monday.

On Thursday last week, Ambu downgraded its predicted guidance for the firm's organic growth and margin for earnings before interest and taxation for the staggered fiscal year 2020/2021 referring to the fact that the covid-19 pandemic is still affecting the number of operations being performed. This challenges the supply chain and causes delays.

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