Mobimo Holding AG (MOBN.S)

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Mobimo Holding FY profit up 51.9 pct to CHF 159.4 million
Friday, 10 Feb 2017 

Mobimo Holding AG : FY profit up a substantial 51.9 percent year-on-year from 105.0 million Swiss francs to 159.4 million Swiss francs ($159.05 million) . FY profit attributable to shareholders excluding revaluation up by 26.5 percent to 99.4 million francs (prior year: 78.6 million francs) . FY EBIT up by 17.5 percent to 200.3 million francs (prior year: 170.4 million francs) . FY rental income up by 6.3 percent to 114.7 million francs (prior year: 107.8 million francs) . FY profit from sale of trading properties and development services up by 330.5 percent to 23.9 million francs (prior year: 5.5 million francs) . Dividend of 10.00 Swiss francs per share proposed .Expects to continue to post good operating results in future that will enable company to make attractive dividend distributions to shareholders.  Full Article

Mobimo Holding H1 EBIT up at CHF 105.2 mln
Thursday, 4 Aug 2016 

Mobimo Holding AG : H1 marked 74.9 pct rise in EBIT to 105.2 million Swiss francs ($108.19 million)(HY 2015: 60.2 million Swiss francs) . H1 7.9% increase in rental income to 56.8 million Swiss francs (HY 2015: 52.6 million francs) . Board continue to assess outlook for group's future as being positive . H1 rise in profit to 89.8 million francs (HY: 35.8 million francs) .H1 increase in profit on sale of trading properties and development services to 17.0 million francs(HY 2015: 1.3 million francs).  Full Article

Mobimo Holding expects to post H1 profit in excess of CHF 80 mln
Friday, 22 Jul 2016 

Mobimo Holding AG : Said on Thursday that in the first half of 2016, the business activities of Mobimo Holding progressed better than expected .Said was expecting to post H1 profit in excess of 80 million Swiss francs ($81.28 million)(prior year: 35.7 million Swiss francs).  Full Article