Associated British Foods Half-Year Results – What The Analysts Said
Associated British Foods saw group revenue fall by 18% on a constant currency basis in the first half of its financial year, with the group impacted by the prolonged closure of its Primark store estate.
"With our success in a number of new markets, as wide-ranging as Poland and Florida, we are as convinced as we have ever been in the long-term growth prospects for Primark," chief executive George Weston said in a statement.
Here's how leading retail analysts viewed its performance.
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