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Saga Plc Trading Broadly In Line With Expectations - Quick Facts

Saga plc (SAGA.L) announced a trading update for the period from 1 February to 18 June 2019. The Group said its trading for the period is broadly in line with expectations. Saga continues to project an operating loss of around 3 million pounds for the cruise business for the half year.

Lance Batchelor, Chief Executive Officer, said: Against challenging headwinds in both travel and insurance, we see early signs of progress in stabilising our Retail Broking business and forward bookings for the Cruise business have been resilient."

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