SYDNEY —Billabong International Ltd has reported a first-half record loss that is bigger than its market cap.
The Gold Coast-based surfwear manufacturer said Friday it posted a net loss of 537 million Australian dollars, or $550.19 million, for the six months ending Dec. 31. That compares with a 16.1 million Australian dollar, or $16.5 million, profit from the same period a year ago.
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