Greek jewellery and fashion accessory designer and retailer Folli Follie’s annual results for 2016 show that revenues for the year reached 1.33 billion euros compared to 1.19 billion euros, up by 12.1 percent, continuing the group’s trend for recession-beating financial performance.
Greece’s largest power company, the majority state-owned Public Power Corporation (PPC), has released its full-year financial report for 2016, showing that group turnover decreased by 8.3 percent to 5.25 billion euros compared to 5.73 billion in 2015.
The Athens Water Supply and Sewerage Company (EYDAP) has released its full-year financial results for 2016, showing that turnover increased by 1.4 percent for the year in question, coming in at 328.8 million euros versus 324.2 million euros in 2015.
Property developer Lamda Development’s full-year results for 2016 show that the company made a net loss of 3.1 million euros for the year, compared to a net loss of 22.1 million euros posted in 2015.
Industrial giant Viohalco has released its FY 2016 financial results, outlining that the company’s revenue fell by 5 percent year on year from 3.27 billion euros in 2015 to 3.11 billion euros in 2016.
The full-year financial results of the Greek Organisation of Football Prognostics (OPAP), Greece’s leading game operator and Europe’s fourth-biggest betting firm show that gross gaming revenues fell slightly by 0.2 percent on an annual basis.
Engineering group Metka, which specialises in large-scale projects in energy, infrastructure and defence sectors has posted its full-year results for 2016.
The industrial conglomerate Mytilineos Group has released its full year 2016 report which shows that overall results for the group were negatively affected by higher depreciation costs (13.5 million euros) in the energy sector. These costs are expected to settle to normal levels in 2017.
The 2016 financial results of Hellenic Exchange, the company that manages the Athens Stock Exchange (ATHEX), show 1.4 million euros post-tax profit, significantly lower than the 9 million euros profits recorded in 2015 and representing a drop of 84 percent.
Aegean Airlines’ full year report for 2016 show that net profits fell sharply over the course of the year.