Metcash swings back into the black

Original article by Valerina Changarathil
The Australian – Page: 15 : 29-Jun-21

Grocery, hardware and liquor wholesaler Metcash released its results for the year to 30 April on 28 June, with Metcash reporting an after tax profit of $239 million. This compared to a loss of $56.8 million for the previous corresponding period, while underlying profit jumped 27 per cent to $252.7 million. Revenue was up almost 10 per cent to $14.3 billion, while operating cash flow increased from $117.5 million to $457.5 million. Metcash declared a dividend of $0.095, while it announced an off-market share buyback of about $175 million.


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