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Turkiye Petrol Rafinerileri AS (TUPRS.IS)

TUPRS.IS on Istanbul Stock Exchange

118.00TRY
22 May 2019
Change (% chg)

1.00TL (+0.85%)
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117.00TL
Open
116.90TL
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119.40TL
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116.90TL
Volume
655,372
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1,086,162
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155.90TL
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94.35TL

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Tupras To Sell 1.8 Mln Tonnes Of Jet Fuel Per Annum For Five Year Period To IGA Istanbul Airport
Tuesday, 16 Apr 2019 

April 16 (Reuters) - TURKIYE PETROL RAFINERILERI AS ::AUTHORISED TO SELL 1.8 MILLION TONNES OF JET FUEL PER ANNUM FOR FIVE YEAR PERIOD AS RESULT OF TENDER BY IGA ISTANBUL HAVALIMANI AKARYAKIT HIZMETLERI.JET FUEL SALES TO IGA HAS STARTED IN THIS SCOPE.  Full Article

Tupras To Participate In Share Capital Increase Of Its Unit Korfez Ulastirma By 240.0 Mln Lira In Cash
Monday, 18 Mar 2019 

March 19 (Reuters) - TUPRAS ::REPORTED ON MONDAY TO PARTICIPATE IN SHARE CAPITAL INCREASE OF ITS UNIT KORFEZ ULASTIRMA BY 240.0 MILLION LIRA IN CASH .  Full Article

Tupras FY Net Profit Down At 3.71 Billion Lira YoY
Wednesday, 13 Feb 2019 

Feb 13 (Reuters) - TURKIYE PETROL RAFINERILERI AS ::FY NET PROFIT OF 3.71 BILLION LIRA VERSUS 3.81 BILLION LIRA YEAR AGO.FY REVENUE OF 88.6 BILLION LIRA VERSUS 53.95 BILLION LIRA YEAR AGO.  Full Article

Tupras To Issue Debt Securities Up To 1.00 Billion Lira Domestically
Tuesday, 11 Dec 2018 

Dec 11 (Reuters) - TURKIYE PETROL RAFINERILERI AS ::TO ISSUE DEBT SECURITIES UP TO 1.00 BILLION LIRA DOMESTICALLY.TO ISSUE DEBT SECURITIES IN 1 YEAR PERIOD AND WITH VARIOUS MATURITIES UP TO 5 YEARS TO QUALIFIED INVESTORS WITHOUT PUBLIC OFFERING.  Full Article

Tupras Q3 net profit jumps to 992.2 million lira
Wednesday, 8 Nov 2017 

Nov 8 (Reuters) - TUPRAS ::Q3 NET PROFIT OF 992.2 MILLION LIRA VERSUS 580.9 MILLION LIRA YEAR AGO.Q3 REVENUE OF 14.34 BILLION LIRA VERSUS 9.45 BILLION LIRA YEAR AGO.  Full Article

Turkey stopped purchasing Iranian oil as of May - Turkish official

WASHINGTON Turkey stopped purchasing Iranian oil as of May as U.S. waivers granted last November to eight buyers expired, and will continue to abide by Washington's demand that it halt all imports of crude oil from the Islamic Republic, a senior Turkish official said on Wednesday.