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4 November 2020 08:13
(Sharecast News) - Broadcaster STV Group said on Wednesday that advertising revenues had improved at a better than expected rate in the third quarter on the back of a stronger viewing performance in the period.
26 March 2020 15:47
(Sharecast News) - STV updated the market on its trading and the steps it was taking to remain financially resilient in light of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic on Thursday.
23 April 2019 13:46
(Sharecast News) - STV Group said on Tuesday that it expects to report a small rise in total advertising revenue for the first quarter as it continues to perform in line with expectations and the guidance...
11 October 2018 15:52
(Sharecast News) - A Fevertree Drinks director sucked up £242,915 of shares in the premium mixers maker following a sharp selloff in the past fortnight.
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