Technol Eight -2004/05 group results

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TOKYO, May 20 (Reuters) - TECHNOL EIGHT CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS (in billions of yen unless specified) Year ended Year ended Year to Mar 31, 2004 Mar 31, 2005 Mar 31, 2006 YEAR-AGO LATEST COMPANY RESULTS RESULTS FORECASTS Sales 17.08 14.76 13.82 (-13.6 pct) Operating 1.27 629 mln (-50.6 pct) Recurring 1.16 638 mln 520 mln (-44.8 pct) Net prft 421 mln loss 979 mln prft 620 mln EPS prft Y31.56 loss Y81.69 prft Y51.70 Diluted Y31.55 - EPS Cash flow 3.78 2.74 from ...

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