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Accton sees March revenues increase - related content
Irene Chen, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES [Friday 11 April 2014]
Finance data and charts

Accton: Consolidated revenues, Sep 2013 - Feb 2014 (NT$m)

Month

Sales

M/M

Y/Y

YTD

Y/Y

Feb-14

1,488

(4.7%)

(1.7%)

3,049

6.6%

Jan-14

1,562

(35.3%)

15.9%

1,562

15.9%

Dec-13

2,413

20.3%

(9.8%)

22,641

(16.2%)

Nov-13

2,006

25.4%

(14.9%)

20,228

(16.9%)

Oct-13

1,600

(19.4%)

(1.8%)

18,222

(17.2%)

Sep-13

1,984

(3%)

(23.2%)

16,622

(18.4%)

*Figures are consolidated
Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, April 2014

29-May-2015 markets closed

 LastChange

TAIEX (TSE)9701.07-11.77-0.12% 

TSE electronic381.64-0.33-0.09% 

GTSM (OTC)143.9+0.45+0.31% 

OTC electronic191.2+0.05+0.03% 

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