Kerry says business volumes up by 2.9% in the first quarter

The food group repeated its full-year earnings guidance of growth of 6%-10%

27th April, 2016
Kerry Group chief executive Stan McCarthy

Kerry Group has reported a 2.9 per cent in first quarter business volumes, short of market estimates, but repeated that it is confident it can deliver earnings growth of six to 10 per cent this year.

Overall business volume growth of 2.9 per cent lagged analysts' forecasts and the shares fell in early trading to stand 2.9 per cent lower at €78.40 by 09:15 a.m. However, the food group...

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