That equals 0.47 leva profit per share.
The company attributes the increase to the 8% hike in revenues which grew from 4.42 mln leva (2.260 mln euros) a year ago to 4.78 mln leva (2.443 mln euros) for the period. Meanwhile costs increased by 5%.
The good report boosted trade with the stock today. 500 shares have changed hands so far on the BSE, adding 9.6% to an average of 25.60 leva per share.
Currently there is a wide gap between bids and asks, which are at 24 leva and 26 leva, respectively. Most deals are made at 24 leva/share.
The stock of the bicycle manufacturer has added 171.3% over the past 12 months, nearly 87% over the past six months, shows BSE data.