Intralot Group says turnover up 3.8 pct in Jan-Sept

27 November 2015
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Intralot Group on Friday said its nine-month consolidated turnover grew 3.8 pct to 1.38 billion euros, from 1.33 billion in the same period last year, while turnover from continuing activities rose 7.2 pct to 1.368 billion euros.
The Group said turnover without the impact of foreign exchange rates grew 0.2 pct to 1.333 billion euros compared with the same period last year. Turnover was almost unchanged at 421.2 million euros in the third quarter, from 424 million in the same period in 2014.
EBITDA amounted to 131.9 million euros, up 0.2 pct, while pre-tax earnings fell to 18 million euros from 27.3 million, respectively.
After tax and minorities results showed a loss of 50.4 million euros in the January-September period, from a loss of 32.1 million last year.
Operating cash flows totaled 64.8 million euros this year, from 94.1 million in 2014, while net borrowing was 484.1 million euros, up from 381.4 million last year.
Parent turnover fell 18.1 pct to 52.8 million euros, EBITDA soared 147.1 pct to 37.2 million and after tax results showed a loss of 8.2 million euros, from 7.4 mln in 2014.

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