4:00 PM Frankfurt – Asos beats revenues forecasts. Elior Group revenues in the first-quarter jumped 6%. Fiat Chrysler profit nearly doubled on higher margins. Getlink reported strong fiscal 2017 revenues on record passenger count. Sky net surged on strong customer growth.
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jumped 2.7% to 7,062 pence after the U.K.-based apparel, footwear and accessories retailer said total group revenues in the four-month ending in December surged 30% from a year ago to £808.4 million and total orders placed soared 30% to 20.2 million.
Elior Group SA
advanced 2.3% to €19.44 after France-based food and support services provider said group revenues in the first-quarter ending in December jumped 6.3% from a year ago to €1.7 billion.
The catering services provider said domestic revenues increased 4% to €579 million and revenues in the international segment soared 11.9% to €706 million.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV
held at €6.94 after the Italy-based auto maker reported net revenues in the fourth-quarter ending in December dropped 3% from a year ago to €28.9 billion.
Net profit in the quarter nearly doubled to €804 million from €409 million in a year ago period and diluted earnings per share jumped to €0.51 from €0.27.
Fiat Chrysler forecasted fiscal 2018 revenues of about €125 billion, net profit of €5 billion and operating profit of €8.7 billion and strong available liquidity of €20.4 billion.
Getlink, formerly known as Groupe Eurotunnel SE
slid 0.1% to €11.15 after France-based Channel Tunnel operator reported revenues in the year ending in December advanced 4% from a year ago to €1.03 billion.
Shuttle services revenues increased 3% to €604.1 million after record passenger count and traffic increased 3% to 10.3 million and revenues in railway network segment jumped 4% to €292.8 million.
increased 0.9% to 1,033 pence after the U.K.-based broadcasting services provider reported revenues in the first-half ending in June jumped 4.7% from a year ago to £6.7 billion.
Net income in the period surged 39.6% to £448 million from £321 million in a year ago period and diluted earnings per share advanced to 26 pence from 18.7 pence.
Sky sold more than 60 million individual products of which 20 million were ''pay as you go'' products and Sky Mobile which in its first year attracted more than 335,000 customers.