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UDG keeps forecasts, sees little Brexit impact

Healthcare group planning to report future results in US dollars

4th August, 2016
UDG's Sharp division performing strongly

Healthcare services group UDG Healthcare has maintained its earnings forecasts for its full financial year, saying Britain's decision to leave the EU has not had any material impact on its trading performance so far.

The group had said that it expected underlying earnings per share to grow by 6-8 per cent for the financial year to the end of September.

In a third-quarter trading update issued this...

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