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John Lewis Of Hunger Six-month Loss Widens - Quick Facts

John Lewis Of Hunger (JLH.L) announced that financial results for the six-month period Ended 29 February 2012. Loss on ordinary activities after taxation for the period widened to GBP 244 thousand from GBP 146 thousand in the year ago period. Loss per share for the period was 0.13 pence, compared to a loss of 0.12 pence in the prior year.

Turnover for the period declined to GBP 2.46 million from GBP 2.72 million in the prior year period.

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