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May 26, 1987

BULL SA’S SALES DOWN IN FIRST QUARTER 1987

By CBR Staff Writer

After its strong recovery over the past couple of years, Bull SA has suffered something of a fall from grace in the first quarter of 1987 with consolidated turnover off 16.2% at $500m, due to sales crashing 32.3% to $220m and rentals up only 3% to $282m: the firms blames softness in French order rates towards the end of 1986 and uncertainty over its acquisition with NEC of Honeywell Information Systems.

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