Ferguson


Low-growth period starts for Ferguson

11/06/19 -"Ferguson’s Q3 organic revenue growth was softer than market expectations. While management has reassured it can achieve its FY18/19 operating profit target (thanks to margin improvement), it seems ..."

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11/06/19
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