OPAP


Q4 20: addendum clarity amidst lockdown uncertainty

01/04/21 -"OPAP’s Q4 20 numbers trumped consensus, but missed our estimates – revenue/adjusted EBITDA declined 48.3/43% respectively. The decline was broad-based, as the retail estate was shut for the majority ..."

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01/04/21
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