30 July 1999
Reporting flat pre-tax profits for the first half of the year, Brixton said a high level of sales, together with the proceeds of a £100m euro/sterling bond issue, had freed up £300m, given that the company’s level of gearing has fallen below 50% – the lowest this decade.
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