8.35% @HelCahill DUNELM'S shares climbed more than eight per cent yesterday, despite a fall in sales and profits at the homeware retailer.
Sales rose 8.5 per cent to £955.6m for the year ended 1 July, but this translated into a like-for-like sales fall of 2.4 per cent due to store openings.
Adjusted profit before tax fell 15 per cent to £109m, which included a £10.7m loss from the acquisition of Worldstores. The company said likefor-like sales growth in the first two months of its
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