- The company witnessed challenging conditions in 3Q and had a weaker than expected start to 4Q FY20
- Group's underlying profit before tax in FY2020 is now expected to be at the lower end of market forecast
- The impact of the Coronavirus epidemic has been the extended closure of the company’s Chinese sites.
- On 14th February 2020, at the time of writing, GMT 09:43 AM, TRI shares were trading at GBX 168.50, down by 4.50 points or 2.60% against the previous day closing price
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