23 June 2000
The first prong to the restructuring – offloading an expensive £70m debenture – gave rise to a one-off £14.3m charge, which caused a pre-tax loss of £8.3m in the year to 31 March. Despite this, Raglan's net asset value rose 14% to 45p a share, helped by the company buying ...
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