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Ferguson Plc (FERG.L)

FERG.L on London Stock Exchange

4,799.50GBp
20 Nov 2018
Change (% chg)

-90.50 (-1.85%)
Prev Close
4,890.00
Open
4,861.50
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4,876.00
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4,795.50
Volume
133,983
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574,590
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Tue, Oct 2 2018

Ferguson shares fall as revenue growth slows in September

Ferguson Plc shares fell on Tuesday after the world's largest distributor of plumbing and heating products said revenue growth slowed in September, and warned of challenging market conditions in Britain.

UPDATE 3-Ferguson shares fall as revenue growth slows in September

* Shares down 5 pct (Adds CEO and analysts comments, updates shares)

Ferguson posts higher profit on strong U.S. industrial demand

Oct 2 Heating and plumbing products supplier Ferguson Plc reported on Tuesday a 15.3 percent rise in full-year trading profit, helped by strong demand from U.S. industrial markets.

Ferguson's profit rises 17.1 percent, led by U.S. residential market

Ferguson Plc said on Tuesday it posted a 17.1 percent rise in quarterly profit, as the world's largest distributor of plumbing and heating products benefited from robust demand in U.S. residential and commercial markets.

Ferguson's profit rises 17.1 percent, led by U.S. residential market

Ferguson Plc said on Tuesday it posted a 17.1 percent rise in quarterly profit, as the world's largest distributor of plumbing and heating products benefited from robust demand in U.S. residential and commercial markets.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Ferguson's profit rises 17.1 pct, led by U.S. residential market

June 19 Ferguson Plc said on Tuesday it posted a 17.1 percent rise in quarterly profit, as the world's largest distributor of plumbing and heating products benefited from robust demand in U.S. residential and commercial markets.

CORRECTED-Ferguson's profit rises 17.1 pct, fuelled by U.S. residential market

June 19 Ferguson Plc, the world's largest distributor of plumbing and heating products, on Tuesday posted a 17.1 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by solid demand from U.S. residential markets.

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