Revenues stand at 27.819 mln leva (14.223 mln euros), versus 21.749 mln leva for 2006. Net sales revenues are down compared to previous years. At the end of 2006 the figures stood at 16.810 mln leva dipping to 15.663 mln leva at the end of 2007.
Financial costs, however, saw a significant hike, from 4.892 mln to 12.131 mln leva, which is mainly due to positive results from operations with financial instruments (10.115 mln leva).
On August 8 Albena Invest Holding sold 170,337 shares from the capital of Nechim at a price tag of 9.703 mln leva.
Costs totaled 17.626 mln leva (9.012 mln euros), compared with 16.473 mln a year ago. Costs on economic elements did not change significantly (16.551 mln leva, 8.462 mln euros).
The balanced value of the holding reached 173.242 mln leva (88.577 mln euros), which nearly 40 mln leva up from 2006.
Fixed assets rose from 104.822 mln to 145.585 mln leva (74.436 mln euros). The holding reminds that during 2007 four of its subsidiaries increased their capital. All new shares were subscribed and acquired by the holding itself. These subsidiaries are Idis Jsc (from 55,000 to 300,000 leva), Fohar Jsc (from 400,000 to 3.4 mln leva), Iko Business (from 300,000 to 600,000 leva) and Prima Finance (from 200,000 to 3.5 mln leva).
The holding acquired 858,000 shares from Briast Jsc during the period concerned, 912 share from Idis Jsc, 1,510 shares from Fohar Jsc, 1,843 from Beer Bottling Factory Jsc and 165 shares from Iko Business.
Current assets declined from 28.573 mln to 27.657 mln leva (14.140 mln euros).
Long-term liabilities grew by more than 3 mln to 13.753 mln leva (7.031 mln euros), which mainly attributed to delayed taxes. Current liabilities fell from 4.705 mln to 4.353 mln leva (2.225 mln euros).
The holding has a core capital in the amount of 5.5 mln leva (2.812 mln euros), and its own capital is at 150.975 mln leva (77.192 mln euros).
The stock rose 0.34% to an average of 17.57 leva at a turnover of 2,433 shares.