WSA raises guidance in first-ever public H1 report

Hearing aid company WS Audiology upgrades its guidance for revenue and operating results after a great sales half-year. WSA does not disclose its bottom line, which has shown a considerable deficit in the last two financial reports.

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The world's third-largest hearing aid manufacturer, WS Audiology, has had the wind in its sales in the six first months of its financial year spanning from Oct. 1 2020 to March 31 2021.

The firm usually only presents its fiscal report once every year, but as a new feature, the company has now presented the accounting figures after the first half-year.

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