Hal's Optical Retail Empire Sees 10.1% Less Ebit As Comp Store Sales Fall By 1.6%

The optical retail companies owned by Hal Holding saw a 2.8 percent increase in revenues in 2009 to €2,032 million. Excluding currency effects that cost €59 million and acquisitions, which brought in extra revenues of €64 million, this was an increase of 2.5 percent. Comparable store sales at constant exchange ...

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