Lanxess Cuts 2014 Profit Forecast Amid No Sign of RecoverySheenagh Matthews
Lanxess AG, which until today had lost 30 percent since joining Germany’s benchmark DAX index in September, cut its profit forecast for 2014 as it sees no sign of a demand recovery in the second half of this year.
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