|Bid||0.00 x 14500|
|Ask||0.00 x 16000|
|Day's Range||661.11 - 678.00|
|52 Week Range||259.50 - 925.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||8.79|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||941.00|
—Outstanding performance of Grupo Salinas companies in every economic sector in which it participates—. —In terms of social action, the company raised Ps.63 million together with individual donors to build ...
—We are before a great promoter of financial inclusion and an ally of the economic development of Mexico, said President Enrique Peña Nieto during the celebration of the 15th anniversary of Banco Azteca—. ...
—EBITDA increases 28% to Ps.3, 842 million during the period—. —Solid performance in both commercial and financial businesses generates increase of 16% in consolidated revenues, to Ps.23, 092 million—. ...
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Mexican retail and banking company Grupo Elektra on Thursday reported a net profit of 7.1 billion pesos ($393.4 million) in the second quarter, boosted by higher sales and an improved loan portfolio. In the same quarter a year ago, Elektra had recorded a net loss of 79 million pesos. Elektra also said revenue rose 17 percent in the April-June period, to 22.8 billion pesos.
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Mexican retail and banking company Grupo Elektra reported a 289 percent year-on-year rise in its net profit for the first quarter, when its share price more than doubled. Elektra earned 4.5 billion pesos ($240 million) in January-March, helped by a 24 percent rise in revenue at its financial unit Banco Azteca and an 18 percent jump in commercial sales, the company said Tuesday. Elektra, which runs appliance stores that have banking and money transfer businesses, said its EBITDA rose 18 percent.
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Members of Mexico's association of brokerages last week asked officials from the country's stock exchange to look into a recent surge in the stock price of banking and retail company Elektra, according to three members of the group. Shares of Elektra, which runs appliance stores that have banking and money transfer businesses, are up more than 166 percent so far this year, trading at a five-year high of 701 pesos per share, compared to a 9 percent gain in Mexico's IPC stock index. Members of the analysis committee of the Mexican Association of Stock Institutions (AMIB) at a meeting on Thursday asked representatives of the Mexican stock exchange to look into the reasons behind the big gains in Elektra's stock price, according to three people at the meeting, who asked for anonymity due to the sensitivity of the matter.