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Ashtead forecasts a lower annual profit than last year due to Coronavirus shutdowns
27th April
  • Ashtead forecasts £1.05 billion in underlying pretax annual profit versus £1.11 billion last year.
  • The equipment rental firm slashes capital expenditures & suspends share buyback programme.
  • The London-headquartered company withdraws an additional £402 million from its credit facility.

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