Back to the movies! Vista's strong bounce

Back to the movies! Vista's strong bounce
Despite ongoing covid restrictions, Vista expects a strong year for cinemas. (Image: Getty)
Pattrick Smellie
Global cinema software provider Vista Group bounced back in 2021 as cinema-goers started to shake off the impact of the covid-19 pandemic in many countries.For calendar 2021, Vista reported a greatly reduced statutory loss attributable to shareholders of $9.8 million, compared with the $51.8m loss reported in the previous year, when the world was still in the grip of the first wave of the pandemic.On an earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation basis, Vista reported a $6.5m positive result, turning around the $11.5m ebitda lo...

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