Mitchells & Butlers

Q1 trading mired by weak Christmas and inflationary headwinds

14/01/22 -"M&B’s Q1 trading performance was in line with our expectations. The group’s lfl sales were quite strong (led by the food segment) until the surge in COVID-19 infections in December 2021. Despite ..."

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