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Analysts regard MPC Capital share as positive

Analysts have an important multiplicator role. Their recommendations can change prices. A broad basis of financial analysts is therefore desirable to gain an understanding of the business model and to obtain a comprehensive spectrum of opinion. The coverage of the MPC Capital share by sell-side analysts has considerably expanded once again in 2005. Seven investment houses have begun analyses.

Banks, which have beencovering MPC Capital since 2005:

  • ABN AMRO
  • Commerzbank
  • Deutsche Bank
  • HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt
  • Nord/LB
  • Sal. Oppenheim jr. & Cie. KGaA
  • SRC Research

Banks, which have been covering MPC Capital for longer:

  • Bankhaus Lampe
  • Bayerische Hypo- und Vereinsbank
  • Berenberg Bank
  • Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein
  • DZ Bank
  • GSC Research
  • Hamburger Sparkasse
  • Landesbank Baden-W├╝rttemberg
  • Merck Finck & Co
  • M.M. Warburg & CO
  • Sparkasse K├ÂlnBonn
  • UBS Investment
  • WestLB AG

As MPC Capital is conducting intensive talks with national and international investment houses regarding starting to analyse the MPC Capital share, it can be assumed that the 2006 financial year will see even greater coverage.

The evaluation at the end of the reporting year was overwhelmingly positive. Thirteen banking houses recommend the MPC Capital share as buy/ overweight, six classify it as hold/market performer and only one recommends selling/underperformer. The analysts saw the upside target for the MPC Capital security at the end of the year as being between EUR 59.00 and EUR 81.50. On the investor relations Internet page, MPC Capital appears under "analyst opinions" with a constantly updated overview of the houses and their current recommendation.

The financial calendar with the planned dates for the current year is on page 112. The Investor Relations Department of MPC Capital is pleased to answer any questions regarding the share and the company a  www.mpc-capital.de/ir or by telephone at +49 (0)40 38 02 23 47.