Greek industrial group Mytilineos Holdings this week successfully launched a bond issue which attracted strong interest. Most notable was an uptake of part of the issue by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).
Greece’s majority state-owned Public Power Corporation’s Q1 financial report showed that turnover fell by 3.1 percent during the period, coming to 1.37 billion euros versus 1.41 billion in Q1 2016.
The Greek Organisation of Football Prognostics' (OPAP) net profits came to 39.0 million euros, down by 8.7 percent from adjusted net profits of 42.8 million for Q1 2016.
Jewellery and fashion accessory designer and retailer Folli Follie has reported an 8.3 percent increase in revenues in Q1 2017 compared to the same period last year.
Terna Energy posted a sales increase of 10 percent as part of its Q1 results for 2017. Total sales came to 55.5 million euros, up from 50.4 million euros in Q1 2016.
Greek construction and energy group GEK Terna’s Q1 results showed that sales revenue fell by 6.9 percent to 262.4 million euros versus 281.9 million euros in Q1 2016.
Property developer Lamda Development has reported a 4.5 percent rise in EBITDA from their three shopping centres in Q1 2017.
Marfin Investment Group’s (MIG) Q1 2017 financial report showed a marginal decline of 0.2 percent in sales compared to the same quarter last year.
Motor Oil Hellas’ Q1 2017 financial statement shows that the group’s net profits came to 89.2 million euros, up 83 percent from the Q1 2016 figure of 48.6 million.
The Q1 results for Aegean Airlines show that net losses stood at 35.8 million euros for Q1 2017, worsening by 67 percent year-on-year.