Lamda Development S.A. (LAMDA.AT)


Athens - Athens Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
4.48+0.03 (+0.67%)
At close: 10:18 AM EDT
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Open4.48
Prev Close4.45
Bid4.48 x 19800
Ask0.00 x 34500
Day's Range4.45 - 4.50
52wk Range3.12 - 5.08
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap347.43M
P/E Ratio (ttm)-15.89
BetaN/A
Volume6,158
Avg Vol (3m)64,812
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
  • Reuterslast month

    Resort town mapped out for Athens airport wasteland

    A crumbling former Athens airport complex housing thousands of stranded migrants will be transformed into one of Europe's biggest coastal resorts if a Greek development company realises its ambitions. The 7-billion-euro plan to develop Hellenikon, a site three times the size of Monaco, has the potential to help kick-start an economy that is limping back to growth after seven years of recession.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    Lamda Development says government comments on old Athens airport sale discourage investors

    Greece's Lamda development which last year signed a deal to develop Athens old airport said on Wednesday that the new energy minister's comments that the sale was "scandalous" would put off investors. Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis, who represents Greece's new leftist government more radical wing, said on Tuesday the government would look to annul development plans for the capital's former airport of Hellenikon, calling the sale of the prime seaside property "scandalous". "The statements of Mr. Lafazanis send a discouraging message to the long term private international investors that our country desperately needs", Lamda Development said in a statement.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    Greece aims to halt gold mine, cancel development of former airport

    Greece's new government will take steps to halt a Canadian-run gold mine project and aims to cancel a development scheme at Athens' former airport, pressing ahead with plans to roll back the country's privatisation programme. The government is dominated by the left-wing Syriza party, which has for years opposed the Skouries gold mine in northern Greece, operated by Vancouver-based Eldorado Gold Corp. "We are against the gold investment in Skouries and we will use all possible legal means to back our position," Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis told lawmakers on Tuesday, reinforcing signals that the government will stick to anti-privatisation pledges made during campaigning for last month's vote. Lafazanis, who represents Syriza's more radical wing, said the government would also look to annul development plans for the capital's former airport at Hellenikon.