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CRH, Glanbia and Tullow - the key points from their trading updates

CRH said first-quarter sales rose by 4% while Glanbia revenue was up by 7%

26th April, 2017
CRH's chief executive Albert Manifold Pic:

The Irish corporate AGM season gets under way this week with shareholder meetings due to be held by the likes of AIB, Bank of Ireland, CRH, Glanbia and Kingspan. CRH, Glanbia and Tullow were first out of the traps this morning, publishing first-quarter trading updates to coincide with those meetings. Here are the key points from those releases:


Updating on its European operations, the company said: "The broad-based recovery evident in a...

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