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ED Invest SA Company Snapshot
ED Invest SA is a Poland-based company active in the real estate construction and development sectors. Its principal activities comprise investment preparation, execution, marketing and sale of apartments and single family, as well as multifamily houses and commercial spaces. The Company is active through two business segments: the Construction segment and the Development segment, which are responsible for housing investments. The Company's projects portfolio encompasses several housing projects, including Iskra VI, Wilga VII, Nasturcja, Przy Parku I i II, Jantar, Jantar Bis, Ogrody Bielawy, Dywizjonu 303 and Krasnowolska. In addition, it offers property managers services. ED Invest SA is active in the domestic market in Warsaw.

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  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (1/12/2018): 2.24
(Figures in Polish New Zlotys)
1 Week -2.6%   13 Weeks 4.7%  
4 Weeks 21.7%   52 Weeks 19.1%  
 
ED Invest SA Key Data:
  Ticker: EDI Country: Poland
  Exchanges: WAR Major Industry: Consumer Durables & Apparel
    Sub Industry: Residential Construction
  2016 Sales 37,425,000
(Year Ending Jan 2017).
Employees: 14
  Currency: Polish New Zlotys Market Cap: 27,746,179
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 12,386,687
  Share Type: AKCJE Closely Held Shares: 10,206,001
 
 
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