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G4S Plc Q1 Revenue Up 4.8% YoY - Quick Facts

G4S plc (GFSZY.PK,GFS.L) issued a trading update for the three months ended 31 March 2019. The Group reported that its first-quarter revenues improved 4.8% year-over-year. Secure Solutions revenues were up 4.9%, while Cash Solutions revenues were up by 4.4%, for the period.

G4S Group CEO, Ashley Almanza said: "Our sales wins in the second half of 2018 provided a good start to 2019 and the Group's revenues were higher than the first quarter of last year, with growth in all regions and divisions. This momentum, together with growing technology-enabled services in both our cash and security businesses, underpins a positive outlook for the Group."

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