JD Sports eyes 3.9% profit increase before tax and adjusted items in FY24

JD Group

Britain’s JD Sports, coming out of a financial year where Ebit declined by 33 percent to £440.9 million (€507.6m) from £654.7 million due to exits from branded fashion businesses and the cost of shuttering its South Korea operations at a total expense of £550.5 million, is aiming to hit the ...

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