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Dignity Plc: Q3 Results In Line With Board's View; FY Expectations Unchanged

Dignity plc (DTY.L) reported that its third-quarter results were in line with the Board's expectations with underlying operating profits increasing five percent to 79.4 million pounds from 75.8 million pounds, prior year. Revenue rose 6% to 243.9 million pounds from 229.3 million pounds.

Mike McCollum, Chief Executive of Dignity plc said: "Following the Group's solid third quarter results expectations for the full year remain unchanged."

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