20 August 1999
Pre-tax profits were up to £1.8m, while earnings per share rose even more – by 21% to 8.7p – thanks to a decrease in the estimated rate of corporation tax. The results delighted the City and the company’s shares rose 15p to 670p on Monday in response, compared ...
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