Rates For Festive Jumps Increased Tab Nz Revenue
New zealand company tab nz reported the growth of gross revenue from rates in december by 12.7% year in annual terms, partly due to the influence of festive races and the beginning of the summer sports season in the country.
Racing revenue from rates amounted to 36.5 million new zealand dollars ($ 26.3 million) in december, which is $ 4.1 million more than the same month last year, and $ 6.5 million more budget for a month. However, the indicator for december decreased by 12.3% compared with november, when tab nz received 41.6 million gross revenues from rates.
Turnover in december amounted to $ 224.5 million, which is 34.5 million dollars above expectations. Tab nz explained this increase in rates in a number of areas, including internal rates, where the turn rose by 16.4 million dollars compared to the same period last year. Eight of the 10 best competitions on the turnover for a month were competitions in the jumps in new zealand.
Tab nz also increased the turnover at rates on sports events by $ 6.1 million, as well as 9.5 million dollars on international races and 2.5 million via vip-rates. Rates for sporting events contributed to the restart of the season of the north american basketball association of north america, as well as the beginning of the summer sports season of new zealand.
Net profit for months to distribution amounted to 16.2 million dollars, which is about $ 4.4 million more than a budget and $ 1.7 million more than last year, while operating expenses decreased by 2.0 million dollars compared to the same period last year and 300,000 dollars below budget.
Tab nz also reported that racing codes were paid a total of $ 12.9 million in actual distributions for december, which is 1.0 million dollars more than the amount of the budget for a month.
For a fiscal year to date, operating profit for five months by the end of december amounted to 77.4 million dollars, which is about $ 20.6 million more than a budget and $ 13.1 million more than in the previous year. Operating expenses from the beginning of the year to date amounted to $ 48.6 million, which is 10.8 million dollars less than in the previous year, and $ 900,000 less budget.
Source: official tab nz website