JC Decaux


Q3 19 trading statement: in line but the Q4 outlook is rather weak

08/11/19 -"Q3 flat organically, as expected. The end of a Spanish contract and China have weighed. The outlook for Q4 is weaker, with Australia slowing down too. We will revise our numbers to the downside. "

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