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James Fisher And Sons Q1 Trading In Line With Board's Expectations

James Fisher and Sons plc (FSJ.L) announced, overall, Group trading in the first quarter was in line with the Board's expectations. However, the effects of Covid-19 have continued to impact the Group from the end of the quarter. The Group has withdrawn financial guidance for fiscal 2020.

James Fisher and Sons said it continues to closely monitor its business and will not hesitate to take swift and decisive action where necessary to ensure the Group is well placed to provide long term value to shareholders.

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