Elecnor


H1 FY20 profit declines c.9% yoy

31/07/20 -"Elecnor reported a c.11% yoy decline in Q2 FY20 top-line amidst the COVID-19 related disruption / lockdown restrictions. Order-intake during the period also remained weak. In H2 FY20, management ..."

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31/07/20
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