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  • Jumbo ends fiscal year with 15.7 pct profit increase


    Greek retailer Jumbo has posted its results for the financial year of 2015/2016, showing that group sales increased year on year by 9.4 percent, continuing its strong track record of being one of the few recession-beating companies in Greece.

  • Photo via www.follifollie.gr Folli Follie revenues rise 9.8 pct in H1


    Greek jewellery and fashion accessory designer and retailer Folli Follie’s H1 results show that the group’s consolidated revenues reached 652.7 million euros, an increase of 9.8 percent on the 594.3 million euros from H1 2015.

  • Photo by MacroPolis Retail sales drop for thirteenth straight month by 5.2 pct in June


    The turnover of Greece’s retail trade index continued heading south unabated, albeit at a slower pace of 5.2 percent in June from a revised drop of 7.9 percent in May, Hellenic Statistical Agency (ELSTAT) figures showed on Wednesday.

  • Photo by MacroPolis Rescue plan for Marinopoulos set for approval by banks


    The Board of Directors (BoD) of two Greek core banks, Alpha and Eurobank, have reportedly approved the restructuring plan of Marinopoulos, Greece’s largest supermarket, which had been submitted by the strategic investor, Sklavenitis, one of the biggest Greek supermarket chains.

  • Photo by MacroPolis Decline in retail sales accelerates to 8 pct in May


    Greece’s retail sales index accelerated its decline in May, falling by 8 percent year on year from a revised 4.4 percent drop in April, according to data released by ELSTAT on Friday.

  • Marinopoulos travails point to wider difficulties for supermarket sector

    By: Omaira Gill


    It’s been a dramatic days for the Marinopoulos, Greece’s biggest supermarket chain. The company filed for protection from its creditors last Tuesday amid 1.3 billion euros of debt, an unprecedented amount for a Greek company. A court granted it temporary respite on Friday.

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