Ferguson


Profitability supported by the cost-saving actions

03/10/19 -"Ferguson ended FY18/19 on a strong note – though the top-line performance was mediocre, margin resilience impressed the investors. In the softening US housing / construction market, management should ..."

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42
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English
Published on
03/10/19
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