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Sparebanken Ost (SPOG.OL)

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Sparebanken Ost Q4 net interest income decreases to NOK 129.1 mln
Wednesday, 8 Feb 2017 01:55am EST 

Sparebanken Ost : Q4 net interest income 129.1 million Norwegian crowns ($15.51 million) versus 147.3 million crowns year ago . Q4 net income 80.3 million crowns versus 56.6 million crowns year ago . Q4 loan losses 1.7 million crowns versus 4.9 million crowns year ago .Proposes a cash dividend 4.00 crowns per equity certificate for 2016.  Full Article

Sparebanken Ost Q2 net income up at NOK 106.3 million
Thursday, 14 Jul 2016 07:31am EDT 

Sparebanken Ost : Q2 net interest income 147.4 million Norwegian crowns ($17.61 million) versus 142.8 million crowns year ago . Q2 loan losses 4.4 million crowns versus 5.1 million crowns year ago . Q2 net income 106.3 million crowns versus 68.1 million crowns year ago .Says Q2 earnings were affected by dividends from Frende Holding AS and non-recurring items.  Full Article

Sparebanken Ost Q1 net income down at NOK 67.2 million
Wednesday, 11 May 2016 02:12am EDT 

Sparebanken Ost : Q1 net interest income 136.9 million Norwegian crowns ($16.72 million) versus 149.1 million crowns year ago . Q1 net income 67.2 million crowns versus 87.7 million crowns year ago .Q1 reversal of loan losses 2.4 million crowns versus loan losses 7.8 million crowns year ago.  Full Article

Sparebanken Ost proposes FY 2015 dividend of NOK 3.30 per equity certificate
Wednesday, 10 Feb 2016 01:55am EST 

Sparebanken Ost:Proposes FY 2015 dividend of 3.30 Norwegian crowns per equity certificate.  Full Article

Sparebanken Ost: Moody's raises rating to A3
Tuesday, 12 May 2015 03:48am EDT 

Sparebanken Ost:Moody's raises rating on Sparebanken Øst to A3 from Baa1.  Full Article

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