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24 March 2020 15:39
(Sharecast News) - Abbey updated the market on recent developments amid the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday, and the impact it was having on is business.
6 December 2019 08:36
(Sharecast News) - Housebuilder Abbey saw profits drop in the six months ended 31 October but said second-half sales had been "good" so far.
4 October 2019 13:03
(Sharecast News) - Property development firm Abbey told investors at its annual general meeting on Friday that trading over the summer months had been "good".
7 December 2018 08:06
(Sharecast News) - Housebuilder Abbey reported on Friday that its interim profits crept up in the face of high pressure from labour and material costs.
1 June 2018 15:56
(Sharecast News) - Abbey updated the market on its trading on Friday, reporting that for the year ended 30 April it completed 606 house sales, consisting of 524 in the UK, 75 in Ireland, and seven in Czechia.
22 August 2017 09:40
(ShareCast News) - Abbey PLC, the UK based building and property development firm, released its full results for the year ended 30 April on Tuesday that included €63.5m in pre-tax profit, an increase of 3%...
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