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Key consolidated figures 1st half 2019 1st half 2018 (million euros) Order intake 3 853 1 919 Sales 1 797 1 871 EBITA  130.7 126.9 return on sales (EBITA/turnover) (%) 7.3% 6.8% Net consolidated profit--group share 85.8 104.6 Key consolidated figures 2018 (million euros) Order intake 3 686 Sales 3 608 EBITA  265.9 return on sales (EBITA/turnover) (%) 7.4% Net consolidated profit--group share 178.2 Order intake--3.9 billion [euro]
This compares with the prior outlook of comparable net sales and comparable EBITA in 2019 to be at the same level as in 2018.
Including extraordinary effects, the EBITA amounted to 394.3 MEUR (2017: 444.0 MEUR) and the EBITA margin was 6.5%, after 7.5% in 2017.
Robit Oyj (HEL:ROBIT) on Monday provided an update to its profit guidance for year 2017 and now expects net sales for year 2017 to be approximately EUR90m and EBITA for year 2017, without items affecting comparability, to be zero or slightly negative.
At 3.5%, EBITA margin was below the same period last year (4.1%) due to tough conditions in the oil & gas market and major write-downs on a Ramboll UK-led large project in the Middle East, negatively impacting the EBITA margin by a total of 1.0%-point.
Cash flow from operating activities amounted to SEK 321m, equivalent to 109% of operating income (EBITA).
Apart from this growth factor, another piece of news that is making industry observers happy is that EBITA has turned positive for the company.
In the 2012/2013 fiscal year, Wincor expects sales to grow around 2% and EBITA to rise to EUR 120 million.
Kofax plc (LSE:KFX), a provider of capture driven business process automation solutions, reported today a 50% year-on-year decline in adjusted EBITA for the first quarter of its fiscal year 2012.
"The strong EBITA was posted despite persistent tough trading conditions, price deflation in most product categories and set against a background of strong trading in 2009 as a result of the federal government's stimulus package," says a company statement.
* Healthcare showed strong Q4 sales growth of 9% and improved earnings; lower sales at Consumer Lifestyle and parts of Lighting reflect the challenging retail and automotive markets * Rigorous management of working capital secured strong cash flow; production stops to manage inventory impacted EBITA by EUR 60 million* Net quarterly loss of EUR 1.5 billion includes EUR 1.3 billion of non-cash value adjustments and EUR 150 million of year-end tax adjustments* Proposal to distribute EUR 0.70 per share for 2008* Full-year sales of EUR 26.4 billion delivered EBITA of EUR 931 million
RTL yesterday reported a 21 per cent increase in earnings before interest, tax and amortisation (Ebita) to a record 494 million euros (pounds 333.39 million) in the first half of the year, adjusted for restructuring charges and start-up losses.
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