Company Results & Outlooks
LISBON, April 27 - Portugal's Galp Energia said adjusted first-quarter net profit more than doubled from a year earlier, in line with expectations, thanks to a sharp increase in refining margins and rising oil output.
ULAN BATOR, April 27 - Mongolia signaled on Monday it will not abide by an international tribunal's order to pay more than $100 million to Canadian uranium explorer Khan Resources Inc.
MOSCOW, April 27 - Russia's biggest gold producer Polyus Gold said on Monday its overall production increased by 6 percent quarter-on-quarter in the first three months of this year.
LONDON, April 27 - Centrica, Britain's largest energy supplier, said on Monday its business was performing in line with guidance after a rise in energy consumption, giving the gas and power utility some relief after it cut its dividend and dampened its 2015 outlook earlier this year.
MOSCOW, April 27 - Russian residential real estate developer Etalon said on Monday its board of directors had recommended a final dividend of $0.12 per share for 2014.
LONDON, April 27 - Britain's biggest mobile operator EE said on Monday it was "firmly on track" to reach its target of 14 million 4G subscribers by the end of the year after it added 1.7 new connections in the first quarter.
* Increased revenues from regulated markets of 40% in Q1 2015, up from 34% in Q1 2014
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PARIS, April 26 - European budget airline Ryanair expects its fares to decline by between 10 and 15 percent over the next two years as it will pass on to travellers the benefits of lower oil prices, its chief executive said in a newspaper interview.
LONDON, April 24 - AstraZeneca is getting a $450 million windfall by letting Celgene develop a prized immunotherapy drug for blood cancers but its chief executive insists the deal is about strategy, not cash.