OPAP


First read: decent Q3 performance, but weaker lockdown guidance is a dent

26/11/20 -"OPAP’s Q3 FY20 performance was quite resilient, considering that the business was just recovering from the lockdown restrictions. We note the profitability improvement (+60bp yoy) led by online and ..."

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26/11/20
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