03:15 AM EST, 11/16/2021 (MT Newswires) -- Miricor Enterprises Holdings (HKG:1827) booked a profit attributable to owners for the six months ended Sept. 30 of HK$53.9 million ($6.9 million), rebounding from a loss of HK$6.2 million incurred a year-ago period.
Earnings per share stood at HK$0.1348 versus a loss per share of HK$0.0155, according to a Tuesday bourse filing.
Revenue for the fiscal first half surged to HK$199.7million from HK$54.5 million, it added.
The medical aesthetic services provider attributed the upbeat earnings to higher revenue on the back of market rebound from the COVID pandemic, medical aesthetic centers reopening and solid marketing strategies.
The board did not declare a dividend for the reported period.
Shares dropped about 3% recently.
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