- Revenue increased in first quarter to €14.1 billion, orders surged to €15.9 billion
- Adjusted EBITA Industrial Businesses jumped 39 percent year-over-year to €2.1 billion and adjusted EBITA margin to 16.0 percent Q1 2020: 11.7 percent)
- Net income rose substantially to €1.5 billion (Q1 2020: €1.1 billion)
- Free cash flow improved significantly to €1.0 billion (Q1 2020: €44 million)
- Net income in 2021 expected to be between €5.0 billion and €5.5 billion
Siemens AG has started off fiscal 2021 with a strong first quarter. From October to December 2020, orders, revenue and net income considerably exceeded both the prior-year figures and market expectations despite the still complex macroeconomic environment due to the COVID-19 pandemic and despite negative currency translation effects. As a result, Siemens has significantly raised its annual guidance for fiscal 2021 at key points.
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