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27 June 2019 09:33
(Sharecast News) - Floor coverings manufacturer Airea expects to report lower earnings from the first half of its trading year despite "a very strong order book" and first quarter, bolstered by...
5 April 2019 16:23
(Sharecast News) - Airea chief executive Neil Rylance sold 2.51m ordinary shares in the AIM-listed flooring company to the recently created Airea Employee Benefit Trust on Friday.
4 February 2019 08:24
(Sharecast News) - Airea reported growth in second-half revenue and operating profit following continued order book growth and increased sales both in the UK and Internationally.
17 August 2018 08:09
(Sharecast News) - Commercial flooring firm Airea saw its shares rocket on Friday after it reported an increase in first-half revenues after new product launches boosted the company's sales and orders.
5 April 2018 10:51
(ShareCast News) - Shares in Airea surged on Thursday as James Halstead confirmed that it was in the "very early stages" of evaluating making an offer for the AIM-listed specialist flooring company.
21 March 2018 08:19
(ShareCast News) - Airea PLC shares skyrocketed by over 25% on Wednesday as the company paid out a 5p special final dividend amid the release of its final results for the 18 month period leading up to 31...
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