J D Wetherspoon


08/06/21 -"For FY20/21, we estimate JDW’s revenue and EPS will come in softer than expected. The H2 FY20/21 performance is forecast to be weak despite the UK government recently lifting the trading restrictions ..."

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08/06/21
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