FRANKFURT, Sept 18 (Reuters) - The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Monday:
Europe needs an "Airbus for batteries", a consortium to make batteries for electric vehicles, so that Europe is not entirely dependent on imported batteries, European energy commissioner Maros Sefcovic told German daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung.
DEUTSCHE BANK DBKGn.DE
The lender must be the clear No.1 in Germany and a leading player in Europe to succeed, deputy Chief Executive Marcus Schenck told Welt am Sonntag weekly.
Separately, the group's management and supervisory boards meet to discuss strategy.
DEUTSCHE BOERSE DB1Gn.DE
The exchange operator is reviewing its remuneration policy with an eye to putting a cap on its share-buying scheme for executives, Handelsblatt daily reported. Deutsche Boerse declined to comment.
The broadcaster aims to increase the share of revenues generated from existing businesses this year rather than from new acquisitions, its chief executive told German weekly Euro am Sonntag. VOWG_p.DE
Volkswagen is a "second mover" in electrified commercial vehicles, after lagging companies such as Tesla TSLA.O and Deutsche Post DHL DPWGn.DE in putting them on the road, the head of VW's trucks business told a German newspaper. EVKn.DE
The integration of recent acquisitions Air Products and Huber has "absolute priority" over further purchases, the group's finance chief Ute Wolf told Boersen-Zeitung in an interview published on Saturday.
Osram did not win a contract to supply light emitting diodes for the facial recognition feature of Apple's AAPL.O new iPhone X smartphone, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reported on Saturday, citing no sources.
The group said on Monday it had received a petition by OM & MW in an Amsterdam court related to a dispute with its former joint venture partner. It said it was confident that the petition would be dismissed in court. SZUG.DE
The sugar producer expects a "good, in parts very good" sugar beet harvest this year, Chief Executive Wolfgang Heer told German weekly Euro am Sonntag.
ADO PROPERTIES ADJ.DE
The real estate firm said it bought 1,594 flats in Berlin for 262.5 million euros ($313.5 million). CHANGES AS OF SEPT. 18:
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Japanese markets closed, Shanghai stocks .SSEC +0.4 pct.
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