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Spire Healthcare Group PLC (SPI.L)

SPI.L on London Stock Exchange

158.70GBp
24 Sep 2018
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Tue, Sep 18 2018

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Spire profit sinks on 'unprecedented' NHS cutbacks

Core earnings at UK private hospital operator Spire Healthcare Group sank 21 percent in the first half of 2018, driven by belt-tightening at the National Health Service that cut referrals to its big private providers.

Spire profit sinks on 'unprecedented' NHS cutbacks

Core earnings at UK private hospital operator Spire Healthcare Group sank 21 percent in the first half of 2018, driven by belt-tightening at the National Health Service that cut referrals to its big private providers.

UPDATE 2-Spire profit sinks on "unprecedented" NHS cutbacks

Sept 18 Core earnings at UK private hospital operator Spire Healthcare Group sank 21 percent in the first half of 2018, driven by belt-tightening at the National Health Service that cut referrals to its big private providers.

NHS cutbacks knock 21 pct off Spire earnings

Sept 18 Spire Healthcare Group Plc reported a 21 percent drop in first-half core earnings on Wednesday, as it continues to be hit by fewer referrals from Britain's publicly funded National Health Service (NHS).

Lower NHS referrals dent Spire Healthcare's profit view, shares sink

Spire Healthcare shares hit a record low on Monday after it warned of sharply lower full-year core earnings on fewer referrals from Britain's publicly funded National Health Service (NHS).

UPDATE 3-Lower NHS referrals dent Spire Healthcare's profit view, shares sink

* Revenue linked to the NHS fell 9.5 pct in H1 (Adds background on stock; updated shares; adds graphic)

Britain's Spire Healthcare says 2018 core earnings to be materially lower

Aug 6 Spire Healthcare Group Plc expects core earnings for the 2018 financial year to be materially lower than the previous year, Britain's second-largest healthcare firm said on Monday.

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