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Central European Media Enterprises Ltd (CETV.OQ)

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Tue, Apr 30 2019

UPDATE 1-Broadcaster CME lifts 2019 profit guidance after Q1 beat

PRAGUE, April 30 Central European Media Enterprises (CME) lifted its guidance for 2019 core profit growth on Tuesday after reporting higher than expected first-quarter earnings despite a drop in revenue.

Central Europe broadcaster CME reviews options including sale

PRAGUE Broadcaster Central European Media Enterprises (CME) said on Monday that it has launched a review of strategic options including possibly selling the company.

Central Europe broadcaster CME reviews options including sale

PRAGUE, March 25 Broadcaster Central European Media Enterprises (CME) said on Monday that it has launched a review of strategic options including possibly selling the company.

UPDATE 1-Broadcaster CME sees profit rising more, quiet for now on dividend chances

PRAGUE, Feb 6 Broadcaster Central European Media Enterprises (CME) forecast on Wednesday further core profit growth in 2019 but said it would wait to see how the year developed before detailing potential plans to reward shareholders.

Broadcaster CME beats quarterly expectations, lowers debt

PRAGUE, Feb 6 Central European Media Enterprises (CME) on Wednesday reported a better-than-expected rise in fourth-quarter core profit and a drop in the broadcaster's net leverage ratio.

Broadcaster CME scraps sale of Slovenian operations

PRAGUE Broadcaster Central European Media Enterprises (CME) will keep its Slovenian television networks, it said on Friday after a long-running regulatory process held up plans to pay down debt.

Broadcaster CME scraps sale of Slovenian operations

PRAGUE, Jan 18 Broadcaster Central European Media Enterprises (CME) will keep its Slovenian television networks, it said on Friday after a long-running regulatory process held up plans to pay down debt.

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