Poland's PGNiG Swings To Net Loss In 4Q, As Expected
WARSAW, March 4 (Reuters) - PGNiG, Poland's biggest gas firm, said on Friday it swung to a net loss of 21 million zlotys ($5.30 million) in the fourth quarter from a profit of 688 million zlotys a year earlier, due to impairments and falling oil and gas prices.
Analysts expected the state-run firm to report a net loss of 18 million zlotys in the quarter.
Last month PGNiG said it expected asset value impairments to hit its fourth-quarter results and estimated its fourth-quarter EBITDA result to fall to 0.77 billion zlotys from 1.36 billion zlotys.
(Reporting by Agnieszka Barteczko; Editing by Sunil Nair)
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