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Excluding above mentioned one-offs net profit increased 298% YoY, on the back of a 58% increase in Operating Income (CLP 50,133 million), partially offset by a higher non-operating loss (CLP 11,648 million) and lower income taxes YoY by CLP 19,776 million.
Liverpool stockbroker Panmure Gordon retained its "buy" call on the shares, after the "strong trading update" and the one-off dividend, as well as the anticipated maiden pay-out.
Best one-off fluke in NYC rap history" (Village Voice)
Excluding this one-off effect, the EBIT rose 9% to EUR 43.
PLAYING THEIR PART: Boro's Joe Bennett with one of the club's special one-off shirts for tomorrow's game against Crystal Palace
Spielberg is currently working on a Pacific-based sequel - so perhaps it wasn't such a one-off after all.
said Monday it will book a 51 billion yen one-off loss in fiscal 2008 due to the impairment of the market value of its stockholdings, including that on the shares it holds in French advertising agency Publicis Groupe S.
Summary: World champions India snatched a thrilling 3 wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the one-off Twenty20 International on Tuesday.
Austrian Airlines Group reported on Friday (28 November) that additional negative one-off effects will have to be taken into account in its financial results for the fourth quarter and full year 2008.
The German steelmaker, which has an operation in Cannock, yesterday said its third-quarter pre-tax profit before one-off effects fell nine per cent to pounds 875 million due to lower profits at its stainless steel unit, but the result beat market expectations of pounds 761 million.
The pounds 9million Sunderland keeper insists that a one-off clash for a place in next summer's European Championship was beyond their wildest dreams when the qualifying campaign began.
1m in the fourth quarter, although this excluded a number of large one-off costs.