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Kinnevik AB (KINVb.ST)

KINVb.ST on Stockholm Stock Exchange

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MTG CEO confirms 2017 forecasts
Wednesday, 29 Nov 2017 

STOCKHOLM, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Swedish media firm MTG CEO Jorgen Madsen Lindemann to Reuters ahead of Wednesday's capital markets day::* Repeats sees higher sales, profit for MTG Group this year vs 2016.* Repeats expects MTGx, an important growth engine for the firm, to make its first profit in Q4 this year.* MTG made an operating profit of 1.35 bln SEK in 2016, on sales of 17.3 bln SEK.* MTG is in the midst of transforming from a traditional broadcaster into a digital entertainment firm, investing in online gaming, esports and digital video networks while divesting broadcasting operations.  Full Article

Kinnevik: Global Fashion Group Q3 operating loss roughly unchanged
Tuesday, 28 Nov 2017 

Nov 28 (Reuters) - Kinnevik ::SAYS GLOBAL FASHION GROUP NET REVENUE FOR Q3 WAS EUR 256.4 MILLION (215.6).SAYS GLOBAL FASHION GROUP ADJUSTED EBITDA FOR THE QUARTER WAS EURO (32.6) MLN, WITH MARGIN IMPROVING BY 2.8 PERCENTAGE POINTS TO (12.7)% OF NET REVENUE.ADJUSTED EBITDA IN Q3 2016 WAS EUR (33.3) MLN .  Full Article

Kinnevik Q3 ‍net asset value 85.7 billion SEK, up 5 pct
Thursday, 26 Oct 2017 

Oct 26 (Reuters) - Kinnevik AB :Kinnevik says Q3 net asset value of 85.7 billion Swedish crowns ($10.45 billion) (311 SEK per share).NAV increased by 5 percent.Says increase driven mainly by value increases in Zalando and Millicom.On 25 October, Kinnevik's NAV had increased by SEK 1.3bn to SEK 87.0bn, or SEK 316 per share.​.  Full Article

Global Fashion Group says it is making progress towards profit

BERLIN, Aug 21 Global Fashion Group (GFG) , the online fashion retailer focused on emerging markets, said it is working hard to reduce its losses as it reported second-quarter sales rose a currency-adjusted 16.5%.