Axel Springer


FY18 goals achieved but no FY19e earnings growth is disappointing

14/03/19 -"Axel Springer released FY18 results which were globally in line. The consolidated revenues (€3,180.7m) grew by 3.8% organically (+4.1% reported) while the adjusted EBITDA reached €737.9m, up 14.3% ..."

Pages
47
Language
English
Published on
14/03/19
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