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DCC's Q1 growth led by energy business

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15th July, 2016
Tommy Breen, chief executive, DCC

Dublin-based DCC has said profits in the first quarter of its financial year were "significantly ahead" of the same period last year and "modestly" better than expected.

In a trading update for the three months to the end of June, issued ahead of its shareholder meeting in Dublin, the company said the improvement was led by its energy business, which benefited from acquisitions as well as strong underlying growth.

The company, which is listed in...

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