Corporates

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Photo via www.opap.gr OPAP's net profits down 9 percent in Q1 of 2016

OPAP, Greece’s leading game operator and Europe’s largest betting firm, has released its Q1 2016 financial statement, which shows that revenues fell by 4.4 percent, coming in at 340.7 million euros compared to 356.3 million euros for the same quarter last year.

Photo via www.follifollie.gr Folli Follie continues growing in Q1 2016

Greek jewelry and fashion accessory designer and retailer Folli Follie’s Q1 2016 financial results revealed that the group’s consolidated revenue reached 293.7 million euros versus 268.6 million euros last year, an increase of 9.3 percent.

Photo via www.lamdadev.com Lamda Development's Q1 2016 profits up 14 pct

Property developer Lamda Development has released its Q1 2016 interim financial statement which shows that the group made profits of 1.6 million euros compared to 1.4 million euros for the same period last year, representing an increase of 14.3 percent.

Aegean Q1 2016 results: passengers and losses up

Aegean Airline’s Q1 2016 financial results, released on Thursday, showed that net losses for the period stood at 21.5 million euros compared to 8.3 million euros last year, resulting in losses increasing by 157 percent.

Motor Oil Hellas increases profits by 16.7 pct in Q1 2016

Motor Oil Hellas has released its interim Q1 2016 results, which show that the group’s net operating profits stood at 48.7 million euros versus 41.7 million euros for the same quarter last year, an increase of 16.7 percent.

Photo via https://flic.kr/p/bwZLC3 PPC sees profits rise in Q1 2016

Greece’s largest power company, the majority state-owned Public Power Corporation (PPC), released its interim Q1 2016 financial statement on Thursday, showing that turnover fell by 8.8 percent in the quarter compared to the same time last year.

Photo via www.titan.gr Titan Group Q1 2016 results propped by US growth

Titan Group posted their Q1 2016 financial report on Thursday, showing that, as with their end of year financial report for 2015, their presence in the US market continued to be a strong contributor to their overall growth.

Photo via http://www.helpe.gr/ Hellenic Petroleum beats forecasts with Q1 2016 results

Greece’s largest oil refiner, Hellenic Petroleum, beat forecasts on Wednesday for its Q1 2016 financial results and posted an adjusted EBITDA of 169 million euros, down 17 percent from the same period last year as opposed to the almost 20 percent drop forecast by analysts.

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