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Apranga APB (APG1L.VL)

APG1L.VL on Vilnius Stock Exchange

2.71EUR
20 Jan 2017
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About

Apranga APB is a Lithuania-based company that is principally engaged in the retail trade of apparel. Apranga Group, which consists of a parent company Apranga APB and its 16 wholly owned subsidiaries (located in Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia) control numerous stores and outlets in such Baltic States as Lithuania, Latvia and... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.85
Market Cap(Mil.): €149.84
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 55.29
Dividend: 0.12
Yield (%): 4.43

Financials

  APG1L.VL Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 13.12 76.38 26.34
EPS (TTM): 0.21 -- --
ROI: 22.22 5.90 9.03
ROE: 23.82 7.44 12.83

BRIEF-Apranga October turnover up 6.6 pct y/y

* Retail turnover (including VAT) of Apranga Group amounted to 21.9 million euros ($24.25 million) in October 2016, and has increased by 6.6% in comparison to October 2015 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: ($1 = 0.9029 euros) (Gdynia Newsroom)

Nov 02 2016

BRIEF-Apranga Sept retail turnover up 5.8 pct at EUR 19.1 mln y/y

* Retail turnover 19.1 million euros ($21.45 million) in September 2016, and has increased by 5.8 per cent in comparison to September 2015 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: ($1 = 0.8905 euros) (Gdynia Newsroom)

Oct 03 2016

BRIEF-Apranga APB announces change in shareholding structure

* Minvista sells 300,000 of company's shares for 768,000 euros ($860,928.00)

Sep 30 2016

BRIEF-Apranga August retail turnover reached to EUR 21.5 mln

* Retail turnover (including VAT) of Apranga Group reached 21.5 million euros ($23.97 million) in August 2016, up by 17.6 percent compared to August 2015

Sep 01 2016

BRIEF-Apranga APB Q2 2016 EBITDA grows to 5 mln euros

* Q2 2016 gross profit at 3.5 million euros ($3.88 million)versus 3.2 million euros year ago

Jul 29 2016

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