Spyker, the owner of Saab Automobile, reports figures for the first quarter of 2011. As a result, 2.3 billion in sales generated a net loss of 642 million Swedish kronor or the equivalent of 79 million. In the first quarter 10.888 cars were built, 9.383 were delivered to customers.
In the first quarter of the previous year, 4.874 cars were sold, however, the period is only partially comparable, since the Saab production and sale only after the standstill on 23. February started.
Victor Muller also downgraded Saab's annual forecast for 80.000, citing the current liquidity problems and production stoppage as the reason for its impact.
At the same time, he reaffirmed the current negotiations with Chinese partners to secure long-term financing. The Spyker stock initially fell on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange by 5%, but recovered quickly.
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