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Investing in the field of financial investment is now possible thanks to online speculation on certain stocks such as the Exor share which we present here in detail. You will find in this complete file information about this Italian group as well as some data about the history of the quotation of this stock on the stock exchange with a complete technical analysis.

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Information on Exor shares
ISIN code: NL0012059018
Ticker: AMS: EXO
Index or market: AEX 25

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Elements to consider before selling or buying Exor shares

Analysis N°1

Acquisitions and partnerships are to be followed, which can help to increase the growth of the company Exor.

Analysis N°2

With regard to the factors that could lead to a decline in Exor's profitability, the economic situation in Europe and Italy, which is causing a great deal of uncertainty in the market, should be monitored.

Analysis N°3

The cyclicality of the sectors in which the Exor Group operates is also an element that you should take into account when analysing this value, taking into account the difficulties of predicting their magnitude and duration.

Analysis N°4

It is necessary to closely monitor variations in energy prices, which have a direct impact on the markets targeted by Exor. The same applies to the price of raw materials and the reduction of investments in infrastructure.

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General presentation of Exor

The Italian Exor Group specialises in medium and long-term investments in European, American, Chinese and Indian companies. It invests mainly in the entertainment, real estate services, financial services, automotive industry, television production and professional services sectors.

Exor's share price is currently quoted on the Mercato Telematico Azionario of the Borsa Italiana and is included in the calculation of the FTSE MIB stock index.

The major competitors of Exor

In order to improve your knowledge of Exor shares, we are now proposing to find out more about the company's sectorial environment with a presentation of its main current competitors on the market:

Berkshire Hathaway 

The first big competitor of Exor is of course the Berkshire Hathaway group which is an American conglomerate and investment company based in Omaha, Nebraska. The leaders of this company are none other than Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger. This group poses a real threat to Exor as it has been ranked several times and by Forbes Global, as one of the largest companies in the world among companies with public offerings. Of course, this group is also listed on the stock market as its common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and under the symbols BRK.A and BRK.B. It is at the CenturyLink Center Omaha that this group's annual shareholder meeting is held, which is also impressive as it has averaged more than 37,000 people in recent years.

AXIS Capital Holding Limited

Another serious competitor to Exor is AXIS Capital Holding Group, which is, as its name suggests, a holding company belonging to the AXIS group of companies. AXIS Capital Holding Limited offers various risk transfer products and services through subsidiaries and branch networks in Bermuda, the United States, Canada, Europe and Singapore. It also provides insurance services including property, professional lines, terrorism, marine, energy, environmental and other types of contracts. Finally, the company also provides reinsurance services for property, business lines, credit and bonds. AXIS Capital owns and operates offices around the world including New York, Alpharetta, USA, Toronto, Halifax, Chicago, Bermuda, Dublin, Zurich, Paris, London and Singapore.

The major partners of Exor

If it is of course very important to be able to study and follow the main competitors of the Exor group and their news, it is just as important to look at certain operations carried out by this group and the companies which make it up, including strategic partnerships. The latter are often the starting point of volatile market movements and must therefore be carefully scrutinized. Here is a recent example of this type of alliance:


In 2020, the latest partnership of the Exor group is the one it signed with the Corvéa group. This collaboration is based on a cooperation between the two groups for the implementation of various partnerships in the field of investment and reinsurance. It should be recalled that a few months ago, the Corvéa group had announced the possibility of a takeover of the Bermuda-based reinsurer PartnerRe from the Agnelli family's holding company, Exor. But after the failure of this operation, the two entities have finally announced the signing of a framework cooperation agreement. More precisely and about the partnership signed between Exor, which also belongs to the Agnelli holding which remains the majority shareholder of PartnerRe and Covéa Corporation SA, better known as Corvéa, concerns an investment. Indeed, through this agreement, the Corvea group, a mutual insurer that owns the MMA, MAAF and GMF brands, will invest an amount of 1.5 billion euros in the framework of an investment partnership and in special purpose reinsurance vehicles managed by PartnerRe. More specifically, a total amount of 750 million euros will be allocated to investment opportunities with the Exor group over the period 2021-2023. Covéa thus intends to make the first investments in the field of reinsurance as of now and as of the beginning of 2021 as far as the investment aspect is concerned. This is at least what the French group indicates in a press release. Thereafter, an additional EUR 750 million with a lock-in period of three to five years will also be made available for a number of special purpose insurance vehicles. These various vehicles, all managed by PartnerRe, are primarily intended to invest in property reinsurance contracts and other shorter-term reinsurance contracts.

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Positive factors for Exor shares
The factors in favour of a rise in the Exor share price:

To effectively analyze Exor's share price and be able to understand how this stock may evolve in the future, it is essential to know its main strengths and weaknesses. This is what we suggest you discover here in a little more detail.

The main advantages of the Exor share and therefore the strengths that this group has are as follows:

  • Firstly, the fact that the Exor Group owns companies in a variety of sectors is an undeniable strength, as it reduces the Group's exposure to a single segment.
  • We can also mention the strong internationalization of this company which holds emblematic brands both in Europe and in high potential markets such as the United States and China.
  • Of course, the financial aspect should also be taken into consideration as an asset of this group, which offers a comfortable cash flow that should enable it to carry out other strategic operations in the future.
Negative factors for Exor shares
The factors in favour of a drop in the Exor share price:

Let's move on to the key weaknesses of this business with the things that could weigh on its future revenues.

  • The risk of competition in the various sectors of activity in which the group is present in relation to its subsidiaries should of course be borne in mind here.
  • Finally, the second shortcoming of this value is that it does not depend solely on one company or one sector of activity but on several, which makes its analysis more complex for shareholders and investors who are interested.
The information supplied here is only for indicative purposes and should not be used without the completion of a comprehensive and complete fundamental analysis of this asset notably taking into account exterior data, future publications and announcements and all fundamental events and news that could influence the strengths and weaknesses or make them more or less significant. This information does not in any way constitute recommendations relating to the completion of transactions or a solicitation to buy or sell an asset.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Exor's main holdings in other companies?

At present, as you will have understood, the Exor group holds stakes in various companies throughout the world. It holds 100% of the capital and 99.54% of the voting rights in PartnerRe, 63.77% of the capital and 63.77% of the voting rights in Juventus Football Club, 43.40% of the capital and 20% of the voting rights in The Economist Group, 86.40% of the capital and 86.40% of the voting rights in GEDI Gruppo Editoriale, 28.55% of the capital and 44.42% of the voting rights in Fiat Chrysler, 26.89% of the capital and 42.19% of the voting rights in CNH Industrial and 22.91% of the capital and 35.82% of the voting rights in Ferrari.

How is the capital of the Exor Group distributed?

Of course, a large part of Exor's capital is held by major private shareholders. Giovanni Agnelli BV holds 52.99% of the company's capital, Exor NV holds 3.90%, Harris Associates LP holds 4.99% and Southeastern AM holds 2.96%. The other private shareholders represent 35.16% of the group's shares.

How to analyse the Exor share price online?

To perform an online Exor stock price analysis, you need to focus on both the technical and fundamental analysis of this group. The technical analysis is based on the study of historical stock charts. The fundamental analysis will be based on the activities of the sector and of this group and the companies that make it up.

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