Kingfisher


France remains a pain-point for Kingfisher

09/04/19 -"The FY18/19 actual EPS surpassed our estimates, largely due to a one-off tax benefit in France. For the forecast years, we have lowered our EPS estimates to reflect: 1) a more cautious view on the ..."

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09/04/19
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