Vista affirms guidance amid blockbuster movie success

Staff reporters
Wed, 22 Dec 2021

More than 20 million moviegoers in the US watched Spiderman: No Way Home during its first weekend of release. (Image: Sony)
More than 20 million moviegoers in the US watched Spiderman: No Way Home during its first weekend of release. (Image: Sony)
Staff reporters
Wed, 22 Dec 2021
The success of recent blockbuster movie releases means Vista Group is on track to achieve its revenue guidance, and that both operating earnings and cash flow will be positive for the second half of the financial year.Vista expects revenue to come in between $95 million and $100m for the calendar year.The company reported a $2.6 million net loss for the six months ended June, down from the $43.2m net loss in the same six months last year, with revenue flat at $44.9m."Over the second half of 2021, the global box office has continued to rebo...

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