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Societe BIC SA (BICP.PA)

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

BIC 9-month net sales up slightly at 1.53 ‍​billion euros
Wednesday, 25 Oct 2017 

Oct 25 (Reuters) - BIC ::9 MONTH NET SALES EUR 1.53 ‍​BILLION VERSUS EUR 1.52 BILLION YEAR AGO.9 MONTH NET INCOME GROUP SHARE EUR ‍​ ‍​187.3 MILLION VERSUS EUR 213.7 MILLION YEAR AGO.TO INVEST APPROXIMATELY 28 MILLION EUROS IN A NEW WRITING INSTRUMENTS FACILITY IN INDIA‍​.FY NET SALES ORGANIC GROWTH IS EXPECTED TO BE SLIGHTLY BELOW 2 PCT‍​.EXPECTS 2017 NORMALIZED INCOME FROM OPERATIONS MARGIN TO DECLINE BY LESS THAN 100 BPS.AT END OF SEPT., GROUP’S NET CASH POSITION STOOD AT EUR 181.6 MILLION ‍​.Q3 NET SALES EUR ‍465.8 MILLION, DOWN 5.0% AS REPORTED AND DOWN 0.9% ON A COMPARATIVE BASIS​.  Full Article

Bic FY net income group share falls to 249.7 million euros
Monday, 13 Feb 2017 

Societe BIC SA : FY net sales (as published) 1.99 billion euros ($2.11 billion) versus 2.03 billion euros year ago . FY income from operations 403.4 million euros versus 424.4 million euros year ago . FY net income group share 249.7 million euros versus 325.1 million euros year ago . Proposed ordinary dividend for 2016 of 3.45 euros per share (up by 1.5 percent) .Plans to deliver mid-single digit organic growth in net sales in 2017.  Full Article

Bic - H1 net sales down 0.1 pct as reported to 1.13 BLN euros
Thursday, 4 Aug 2016 

Bic : First half net sales: 1,133.3 million euros, down 0.1 pct as reported and up 5.4 pct on a constant currency basis . First half net income group share: 140.1 million euros ($156.11 million), down 20.6 pct . Net cash position at end of June 2016: 98.2 million euros . First half normalized IFO: 207.9 million euros - normalized IFO margin: 18.3 pct . Full year 2016 outlook confirmed .In H2 2016, we will continue to invest in research and development and brand support.  Full Article