Bapcor Ltd (ASX: BAP) six months ended on December 31,2019, results. The company delivered another record result, with every segment of its business growing in revenue and profit.
- The company registered revenue growth of 10.4% to $702.5 million;
- It reported Pro-forma EBITDA of $79.4M, up 4.6%;
- Pro-forma net debt was $403.1M, an increase of $66.8M compared to June 2019;
- The company declared dividend of 8 cents per share.
At AEST 01:03PM, the stock was trading at $7.070 per share, up 5.522% from its previous close
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