Currys


Investors cheer the lfl sales growth and improved profit guidance

14/05/24 -"While there were no major surprises in Currys’ post-peak trading, the management raised the full-year profit guidance (>10% vs the consensus). The Group’s lfl sales improved by 2.0% yoy, with ..."

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14/05/24
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