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Deutsche EuroShop AG Hauptversammlung 2023

Hauptversammlungsrede von Vorstand Hans-Peter Kneip am 29. August 2023 in der Hamburger Handwerkskammer Weitere Informationen unter

Deutsche EuroShop | Conference Call | Preliminary Results 2022

Webcast of the telephone conference including the slide presentation Presenter: Patrick Kiss, Head of Investor & Public Relations 22.03.2023, 10.00 a.m., CET

Deutsche EuroShop AG Hauptversammlung 2022

Hauptversammlungsrede von Vorstand Olaf Borkers. Die ordentliche virtuelle Hauptversammlung der Deutsche EuroShop AG fand am 30. August 2022 um 10.00 Uhr in Hamburg statt.

Deutsche EuroShop EPK (Electronic Press Kit)

footage, 8'48'' min, aspect ratio 16:9 (c) Copyright by Deutsche EuroShop AG


Indices & Indicators

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CPI (consumer price index)

Our (minimum) rents in Germany are 100% linked to the German CPI. A detailed explanation of this index is available here.

price kaleidoscope 

The price kaleidoscope (click on the image above) gives a perfect and interactive overview of the weights and price trends of the individual product groups. And it shows, that fashion - which has a weight of approx. 48% in our tenant mix - has only a 4.9% weight in the CPI.

LFL (like-for-like)

A good definition, what l-f-l means, can be found here.

Retail turnover

The official definition of Destatis (German Federal Statistical Office) is available here. The numbers published by Destatis (e.g. for October 2011) are not on a like-for-like basis. It's a sample which includes the turnover development of approx. 27,700 retailers (of the total of approx. 378,000 retail businesses in Germany). To obtain a real turnover index number, the turnover of the individual retail trade branches is deflated by using the relevant price indices and is then related to the price-adjusted base value.

The turnover development Deutsche EuroShop publishes for its tenants are like-for-like comparisons (except where otherwise specified).

Instead of using the general retail turnover development, which includes e.g. fuel stations (increasing fuel prices -> increasing turnover) for comparisons it could be appropriate to may use the turnover developments of selected retail segments (available only in German).

A nice tool to identify trends is the "Business Cycle Monitor", where you can choose the indicators you want to have displayed (best viewed with Mozilla Firefox):

Business Cycle Monitor 

Tip: You should try the animation at the bottom - it may helps to forecast the development.