Thyssenkrupp sees first signs of stabilization in businesses

On Thursday, German conglomerate Thyssenkrupp said, some of its businesses were stabilising in the current quarter after taking heavy hits from the coronavirus pandemic.

Thyssenkrupp has reported a fiscal third-quarter adjusted operating loss from continuing operations, minus the elevator business it recently sold, of $800 million (679 million euros), less than the up to 1 billion it had flagged in May 2020.



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