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Dunelm Group Sees FY Pre-tax Profit Higher Than Its Previous Expectations

Dunelm Group plc. (DNLM.L) said that it now anticipates the full year profit before tax to be higher than its previous expectations, assuming no significant change in consumer demand as a result of the outcome of the general election.

Gross margins have been stronger than expected as a result of sourcing gains and better sell through. Operational costs remain well controlled and in line with its expectations, the company said in a statement.

The company will issue A more detailed trading update on 9 January 2020.

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