U Blox Holding AG (UBXN.S)

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SIM Technology and U-Blox AG terminates disposal agreement
Monday, 22 May 2017 

May 22 (Reuters) - SIM Technology Group <2000.HK>:Group and U-Blox AG have mutually agreed not to proceed with disposal.There will not be material adverse effects on operation and financial performance of group as a result of termination of disposal.Reference is made to disposal of technology and assets in relation to wireless communication modules business.  Full Article

U Blox Holding announces partnership with DIGI-KEY
Monday, 29 Aug 2016 

U Blox Holding AG :Announced its partnership with DIGI-KEY to distribute its products in us.  Full Article

U Blox Holding H1 revenues CHF 179.7 million, up 11.0 pct
Friday, 26 Aug 2016 

U Blox Holding AG : H1 revenues increased to 179.7 million Swiss francs ($185.93 million), up 11.0 pct compared to exceptional strong H1 2015 . H1 EBIT improved by 12.3 pct to 27.8 million francs, a 15.5 pct margin . H1 net profit increased by 23.6 pct to 18.5 million francs . Full year revenue expectations slightly adjusted, mid and long term outlook unchanged, focus on high-margin quality . For 2016, U-Blox anticipates EBIT of between 56 million and 60 million francs (unchanged), based on slightly revised revenue predictions of between 375 million and 385 million francs .Mid and long term perspectives remain unchanged.  Full Article

U Blox Holding AG issues FY 2016 outlook below analysts' estimates, to propose FY 2015 outlook
Friday, 18 Mar 2016 

U Blox Holding AG:To propose payout of dividend of 1.90 Swiss francs per share for FY 2015.For current year 2016, is targeting revenues of between 395 million and 405 million Swiss francs, with EBIT of between 56 million and 60 million Swiss francs​.FY 2016 revenue 414.46 million euros - Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.FY 2016 EBIT 63.66 million euros - Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.  Full Article