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Sanne Group PLC (SNNS.L)

SNNS.L on London Stock Exchange

512.00GBp
25 Mar 2019
Change (% chg)

-10.00 (-1.92%)
Prev Close
522.00
Open
536.00
Day's High
536.00
Day's Low
512.00
Volume
194,867
Avg. Vol
303,160
52-wk High
737.00
52-wk Low
446.50

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Sanne Group FY Underlying Pretax Profit 42.6 Mln Stg
Friday, 22 Mar 2019 

March 22 (Reuters) - Sanne Group PLC ::FY REVENUE £143.0M VERSUS £113.2M.FY UNDERLYING PROFIT BEFORE TAX £42.6M VERSUS £38.1M.FY STATUTORY PROFIT BEFORE TAX £23.7M VERSUS £22.4M.FULL YEAR DIVIDEND PER SHARE 13.8P.IN 2019 EXPECTATION OF IMPROVEMENT IN UNDERLYING OPERATING PROFIT MARGIN.  Full Article

Sanne Group HY Pretax Profit Down 12.8 Pct
Tuesday, 11 Sep 2018 

Sept 11 (Reuters) - Sanne Group PLC ::REMAINS CONFIDENT THAT GROUP WILL DELIVER A FULL YEAR RESULT IN LINE WITH ITS EXPECTATIONS.STRONG MOMENTUM OF BUSINESS IN FIRST SIX MONTHS HAS CONTINUED POST H1 PERIOD END.HY PROFIT BEFORE TAX £10.9 MILLION VERSUS £12.5 MILLION.HY REVENUE £65.9 MILLION VERSUS £56.3 MILLION.INTERIM DIVIDEND PER SHARE 4.6P VERSUS 4.2P.STRONG MOMENTUM OF BUSINESS IN FIRST SIX MONTHS HAS CONTINUED POST H1 PERIOD END.REMAINS CONFIDENT THAT GROUP WILL DELIVER A FULL YEAR RESULT IN LINE WITH ITS EXPECTATIONS.CONTINUED FOCUS ON ACQUISITION PROSPECTS.  Full Article

Sanne Group Says FY Organic Growth Forecast To Exceed H1 Growth Rate
Thursday, 2 Aug 2018 

Aug 2 (Reuters) - Sanne Group PLC ::GROUP'S ORGANIC GROWTH EXPECTATIONS FOR FULL YEAR WILL EXCEED FIRST HALF ORGANIC GROWTH RATE.REVENUES FOR FULL YEAR ARE EXPECTED TO RETURN TO GROUP'S TRADITIONAL PATTERN OF BEING SECOND HALF WEIGHTED.NEW BUSINESS WON IN H1 FROM NEW AND EXISTING CLIENTS TOTALLED ABOUT £11.5 MILLION (2017: £10.0M) ON A PROJECTED ANNUALISED FEE BASIS.  Full Article

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FTSE 100 ends in the red for third session as Vodafone, Reckitt drag

Britain's FTSE 100 ended lower for the third consecutive session on Thursday as weak sector earnings hurt Vodafone and Rentokil while comments from the U.S. Commerce Secretary cast doubt over the prospects for a resolution of the trade dispute with China.