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MoneyGram And Grupo Elektra Extend Partnership In Mexico
Grupo Elektra Reports Qtrly Consolidated Revenue of PS.23,896 Million
Grupo Elektra reports qtrly consolidated revenue of $23.1 mln
Grupo Elektra SAB de CV (Elektra) is a Mexico-based company primarily engaged in the banking and retailing sector. The Company is a financial services and specialty retailing company in Mexico and Central and South America, as well as a short-term non-bank loan provider in the United States. Its Retail Business segment comprises the sale of motorcycles, cell phones, appliances in general, electronics, furniture, among others; and provision of services, such as electronic money transfers, extended guarantees, airtime, and mobile virtual network operation. Its Financial Business segment provides banking and financial products and services like consumer credit, personal loans, commercial loans, savings accounts, term deposits, debit cards, credit cards, life and casualty insurance, retirement fund management options, brokerage services, and short-term non-bank loans. Elektra operates more than 7,000 points of contact, including approximately 4,600 in Mexico; close to 600 in Central and So
Av. Insurgentes Sur No. 3579
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Ricardo Benjamin Salinas Pliego
Chairman of the Board, Executive President
Hugo Salinas Price
Mauro Aguirre Regis
Chief Financial and Administrative Officer
Christian J. Carstens Alvarez
Chief Executive Officer of Seguros Azteca y Seguros Azteca Danos
Fabrice Jack Deceliere Marquez
Chief Executive Officer of Elektra Comercio
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Mexico's peso firmed on Friday after U.S. and Mexican officials said they were close to settling differences in NAFTA trade talks, while Brazilian equities slid on presidential race jitters. Mexico's peso shook off losses to gain about 0.6 percent after a top White House...
* GRUPO ELEKTRA SAB DE CV - QTRLY CONSOLIDATED REVENUE WAS PS.23,896 MILLION IN PERIOD, 9% ABOVE PS.22,006 MILLION FOR SAME QUARTER OF PREVIOUS YEAR
Mexico's anti-trust agency on Thursday said that it is investigating "probable" monopoly practices in Mexico's e-commerce market, which includes online retailers like Amazon.
* Grupo Elektra SAB de Cv qtrly consolidated revenue $23.1 million versus $19.9 million
Many Mexican companies, from dominant telecom provider America Movil to bottler Femsa, cut debts in the second quarter, helped by a stronger peso, although they are unlikely to rush to return money to investors or increase investment.
Mexican retail and banking company Grupo Elektra on Thursday reported a net profit of 7.1 billion pesos ($393.4 million) in the second quarter, boosted by higher sales, an improved loan portfolio and a big payoff from derivative bets.
Mexican retail and banking company Grupo Elektra on Thursday reported a net profit of 7.1 billion pesos ($393.4 million) in the second quarter, boosted by higher sales and an improved loan portfolio.
Mexican retail and banking company Grupo Elektra reported a 289 percent year-on-year rise in its net profit for the first quarter, when its share price more than doubled.
Members of Mexico's association of brokerages last week asked officials from the country's stock exchange to look into a recent surge in the stock price of banking and retail company Elektra, according to three members of the group.
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