Key Developments: Ipsos SA (ISOS.PA)
Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)
Ipsos SA announced that it plans to improve its operating margin by 100 basis points to 11% in fiscal year 2013. The Company also announced that a dividend of EUR 0.64 per share for fiscal year 2012 will be proposed at the Annual General Meeting, representing around 24.5% of the adjusted earnings per share and an increase of 1.6% relative to the dividend for fiscal year 2011. Full Article
Ipsos SA announced that at June 30, 2012, revenues accounted for 66% of its full-year target, which falls just shy of the expected level. For this reason, and given the challenging macroeconomic environment, the Company has decided to adjust its full year 2012 targets and outlook and is now expecting stable revenues instead of 2% growth. Full year 2012 operating margin before non-recurring items is expected at about 10%. The Company reported full year 2011 revenue of EUR 1,362 million. Full Article
Ipsos announced that it still expects to see moderate organic growth, of around 2%, in 2012, with an operating margin before non-recurrent items of 10%. The outlook for 2013, with above-market growth and an operating margin of 11%, remains unchanged. Full Article
Ipsos SA announced that for the fiscal year 2012 it is aiming for limited but positive organic growth of around 2% with an operating margin (excluding non-recurring costs relating to the Ipsos/Synovate merger) of around 10%. In 2013, Ipsos expects to achieve stronger organic growth than the market and operating margin of around 11%. Full Article
SANTIAGO - Former President Michelle Bachelet is holding onto her substantial lead before Chile's presidential election on November 17, an IPSOS poll showed on Thursday.