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Investors cheered by Briscoe's optimism for rest of the year

Rebecca Howard
Thu, 04 Aug 2022

Investors cheered by Briscoe's optimism for rest of the year
Briscoe Group's managing director, Rod Duke. (Image: Getty)
Rebecca Howard
Thu, 04 Aug 2022
Briscoe Group’s optimism about the second half of the year brought investors through the doors while A2 Milk continued to benefit from speculation it's about to get a green light to send baby formula to the United States.Briscoe Group edged up 0.2% to $5.61 after the retailer said it would report a 4% decline in first-half profit from the prior period's $47.5 million. However, managing director Rod Duke said he was optimistic about the second half of the financial year and said the company should still be able to beat last year...

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