Deutsche Post Shares Demand at An All-Time High, Logistic Company Benefits From Corona Crisis Raphael Lulay Zuletzt Aktualisiert: 15. April 2020 At no point have more people searched for Deutsche Post shares in Google. Since the beginning of the corona-crisis, the search has increased by 376%. According to a new infographic by Kryptoszene.de, the group benefits not least from the high volume of online orders. Frank Appel, CEO of this logistics company, speaks of order quantities similar to the last week before Christmas.WerbungBetween February 23 and 29, Google Trend Score for Deutsche Post, which shows the relative search volume, was at 24. In the first week of April, the value broke the highest possible value of 100 (data provided by the search engine operator).One possible reason is the developments on the e-commerce market, which could play into the company’s cards. „Havas Media Group„ data shows that the longer the lockdown lasts, the bigger number of Internet orders can be expected. Between March 17 and 19, 28% of respondents said that they would order more online, compared to 41% between March 31 and April 2.Deutsche Post Shares Show Above-Average PerformanceMeanwhile, the infographic shows that Deutsche Post’s share prices have also declined since the stock market crash on February 19, 2020. Nevertheless: other companies were hit harder. While Deutsche Post has lost 20.49% in value since then, the DAX lost 23%. Automotive companies Daimler and Tesla lost even more – 30% and 39%, respectively.This development shows that it is not just the private investors who seem to recognize the potential of Deutsche Post’s shares. In the course of the recent price drop, Bomhard, Chairman of the Supervisory Board at Deutsche Post, also invested 325,000 euros in the securities. CEO Appel, in turn, also made an insider purchase of 204,071 euros with his private assets.Deutsche Post Forecast – Cautiously OptimisticDeutsche Post also reports positive dividends. The company plans to increase profit distribution for 2019 by 10 cents. Meanwhile, other companies, such as Daimler, cut dividends significantly.Although Deutsche Post seems to be coping with the crisis comparatively well, the coronavirus pandemic still presents its challenges. The personal delivery sector is booming, but, at the same time, there are significantly fewer orders in other sectors, as Appel emphasized.