- For the half year ended October 31, 2019, group revenue growth was not less than 10%
- The majority of the growth resulted from organic activities.
- International and connected services delivered growth of 29% and 18% respectively during the period under consideration.
- Net debt stood at £5 million at the end of the period, a reduction of £9.5 million compared to the corresponding prior-year period
- On 18th November 2019, DWF shares were trading at GBX 129.50 at GMT 10:16 AM, up 4 points or 3.19% from the previous day’s closing price level.
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