- For the six months ended 28 September 2019, adjusted revenue was £9 million, down 14.9% over the year-ago period.
- Adjusted operating profit was £2 million was down 87.1% compared to the corresponding period of prior year.
- Adjusted basic EPS was a loss of 1.5 pence compared to a profit of 11.2 pence in the year-ago period.
- On 26 November 2019, DLAR shares were trading at GBX 138.20 at GMT 08:57 AM, down 37 points or 21.12% from the previous day’s closing price level.
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