Informa


FY20 badly hurt by the Events market disruption

06/01/21 -"Our EPS20e is cut after Informa confirmed the group’s FY20 adjusted OP is expected at between £250m and £270m (i.e. below our £330m forecast), as the events-related activities suffered badly from the ..."

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06/01/21
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