UDG posts operating profits of $158m as acquisition spree continues
Dublin-based healthcare group buys US agency Canale Communications for up to $31m
UDG Healthcare recorded operating profits of more than $158 million last year on the back of strong earnings growth.
The Dublin-based healthcare services group reported full-year earnings per share growth of 7 per cent to 48.4c on a constant currency basis. The performance was at the upper end of the analysts' expectations.
Net debt at the end of September stood at $80.5 million compared with $60.8 million at the same point in 2018.
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