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Dechra Pharma Confirms FY Outlook In Line With Management View

Dechra Pharmaceuticals Plc. (DPH.L) confirmed that the outlook for the full year is in line with management expectations, however the balance of trading will be more second half weighted than is typical for the company.

In its trading update covering the half year reporting period from 1 July to 31 December 2019, the company said group net revenue for the period increased by about 7% at constant exchange rates or about 7% at actual exchange rates.

Total European Pharmaceuticals segment net revenue for the period increased by 13% at CER or 12% at AER, including the acquisitions of Caledonian and Venco.

North American segment net revenue declined by 2% at CER or flat at AER.

The company said it will announce its Interim Results for the period on 24 February 2020.

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