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Apollo Power Ltd Company Snapshot
Apollo Power Ltd operates in the Hotels and motels sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Apollo Power Ltd with three other hotel and motel operators in Middle East: Al-Sharq Investment Projects of Jordan (2011 sales of 5.85 million Jordanian Dinars [US$8.25 million] ), Hof Gai Ltd (47.94 million Israel Shekels [US$13.88 million] ), and Arab International Hotels Company PSC which is based in Jordan (10.34 million Jordanian Dinars [US$14.58 million] of which 100% was Hotel).

Sales Analysis. Apollo Power Ltd reported sales of 42.43 million Israel Shekels (US$12.28 million) for the year ending December of 2011. This represents a very small increase of 1.4% versus 2010, when the company's sales were 41.86 million Israel Shekels. Despite this increase, sales are still below the level achieved in 2009, when Apollo Power Ltd reported sales of 43.95 million Israel Shekels.
  Stock Performance Chart for Apollo Power Ltd
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (1/16/2020): 1.34
(Figures in Israel Shekels)
1 Week 0.5%   13 Weeks -2.2%  
4 Weeks -6.6%   52 Weeks 51.1%  
Apollo Power Ltd Key Data:
  Ticker: APLP Country: Israel
  Exchanges: TEL Major Industry: Hotels, Restaurants & Leisure
    Sub Industry: Hotels & Motels
  2011 Sales 42,431,000
(Year Ending Jan 2012).
  Currency: Israel Shekels Market Cap: 25,074,827
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 18,768,583
  Share Type: Closely Held Shares: 5,274,841
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