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Harvey Norman Holdings Updates On Completion Of Sale Of Interest In Byron At Byron Resort
Harvey Norman Posts FY Reported Net Profit After Tax Of $402.32 Mln
Harvey Norman Announces Renounceable Pro Rata Entitlement Offer To Raise About $173.49 Mln
Harvey Norman Holdings Limited is engaged in the provision of integrated retail, franchise, property and digital systems. The Company is engaged in franchising; sale of furniture, bedding, computers, communications and consumer electrical products in New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Slovenia and Ireland, among others; property investment; lessor of premises to Harvey Norman Domayne, Joyce and Mayne franchisees, and other third-parties; media placement, and provision of consumer finance and other commercial advances. Its segments include Franchising Operations, Retail-New Zealand, Retail-Singapore & Malaysia; Retail-Slovenia & Croatia; Retail-Ireland & Northern Ireland, Other Non-Franchised Retail, Retail Property, Retail Property Under Construction, Property Developments for Resale, Equity Investments and Other. Its Other segment relates to credit facilities provided to related and unrelated parties, other unallocated income and expense items and a joint venture investment.
B1 Richmond Road
Executive Chairman of the Board
Kay Lesley Page
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Company Secretary, Executive Director
John Evyn Slack-Smith
Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director
Gordon Ian Dingwall
Chief Information Officer
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Australia's biggest electronics retailer, Harvey Norman Holdings Ltd, posted an 7.2% rise in annual profit on Friday as rising overseas sales offset weaker domestic demand.
Australia's biggest electronics retailer, Harvey Norman Holdings Ltd, posted an 7.2% rise in annual profit on Friday helped by increased overseas sales.
* Company posts profit rise on overseas performance, property
* Company says "market pressures" grow, announces capital raise
Australian electronics retailer Harvey Norman Holdings Ltd said on Friday annual net profit slid over 16 percent due partly to impairment losses.
A dairy farm part-owned by Australia's biggest electronics chain Harvey Norman Holdings Ltd has been put on the market three years after it bought into it, the real estate agency running the intended sale said on Monday.
Australia's biggest electronics retailer Harvey Norman Holdings Ltd said first-half net profit fell 19.3 percent, sending its shares sharply lower, on the back of property revaluations and costs related to its non-core dairy business.
Australia's biggest electronics retailer Harvey Norman Holdings Ltd said on Wednesday first-half net profit fell 19.3 percent, hurt by charges arising from property revaluation and the cessation of expansion plans of its dairy farming business.
* H1 FRANCHISEE AGGREGATED HEADLINE SALES REVENUE $3.00 BILLION VERSUS $2.86 BILLION A YEAR AGO
* Harvey Norman FY net profit A$449 mln vs A$414 mln consensus
Australia's biggest electronics retailer Harvey Norman Holdings Ltd said annual net profit jumped 29 percent as it benefited from sales growth at its overseas businesses and higher valuations for property at home.
* FY profit before tax of $639.81 million versus $493.76 million
* Refers to articles published by each of Australian Financial Review (Afr) and Sydney Morning Herald on 23rd march 2017
* "AFR article makes false statements and assumptions and then proceeds to make assertions and draw conclusions, which are also false"
* HY net profit after tax for half year to 31 december 2016 was $257.29 million, up $71.79 million
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