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A.G. Barr Trading Update – What The Analysts Said

By Steve Wynne-Jones
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A.G. Barr, the maker of soft drink brand Irn-Bru, issued a trading update yesterday in which it said that it expects sales to drop by around 10% and profits to be down 20% in the first half of its financial year.

"Weather comparatives and trading, particularly in the impulse on-the-go market, have been even tougher than expected which, along with some brand specific challenges, have led to a short-term impact on our financial performance," commented Roger White, the group's CEO.

Here's how leading industry analysts viewed its performance:


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