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Athens Water and Sewerage Company SA (EYDr.AT)

EYDr.AT on Athens Stock Exchange

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Athens Water proposes dividend for FY 2016
Thursday, 18 May 2017 

May 18 (Reuters) - ATHENS WATER AND SEWERAGE CO SA ::PROPOSES DIVIDEND FOR FY 2016.  Full Article

Athens Water and Sewerage Co H1 EBT up 3.2 pct to EUR 26.2 mln
Friday, 30 Sep 2016 

Athens Water and Sewerage Co SA : Turnover of the Company in H1 amounted to 154.4 million euros ($172.54 million) from 151.7 million euros in H1 2015, increased by 1.8% (+2.7 million euros) . Company increased H1 gross profit margin by 8.5% (+5.5 million euros) compared to H1 2015 . H1 EBITDA amounted to 43.2 million euros compared to 40 million euros in H1 2015, increased by 8% (+3.2 million euros) . H1 EBITDA Margin at 28.0% versus 26.3% in H1 2015 . H1 (EBIT) increased by 29.7% (+5.5 million euros), amounting to 24.0 million euros from 18.5 million euros in H1 2015 . H1 earnings before taxes of the Company amounted to 26.2 million euros compared to 25.4 million euros in H1 2015, increased by 3.2% . The earnings after taxes amounted to 17.3 million euros from 17.1 million euros in the first half of 2015, posting an increase of 1.5% .H1 Net profit margin remained steady at 11.2%.  Full Article

Athens water and sewerage pays FY 2015 dividend EUR 0.31
Wednesday, 22 Jun 2016 

Athens Water And Sewerage Co SA : Approves payment of FY 2015 dividend of 0.31 euros ($0.3506) . Record date of FY 2015 dividend is June 29 Further company coverage: [EYDr.AT] ($1 = 0.8842 euros) (Gdynia Newsroom) ((gdynia.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com; +48 58 772 0920;)).  Full Article

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Greece aims at 6 billion euros in privatizations revenues by 2018

ATHENS Greece aims to raise a total of 6 billion euros ($6.83 billion)from privatizations by 2018, the head of its privatizations agency (HRADF) said on Thursday, making up for a revenue shortfall last year and hoping to overperform its latest bailout target.