UP Global Sourcing Holdings plc (UPGS) Ord 0.25p
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11 February 2019 11:28
(Sharecast News) - Value-focussed consumer goods group UP Global Sourcing, which trades as Ultimate Products, updated the market on its trading for the six months ended 31 January on Monday, reporting a 36%...
30 April 2018 10:51
(Sharecast News) - Consumer goods designer Ultimate Products saw profits tumble in the first half after a "much tougher trading environment" for UK general merchandise retailers and a change in...
12 February 2018 10:44
(ShareCast News) - Shares in home goods business Ultimate Products Global Sourcing were in free-fall on Monday morning after the firm advised investors that it had not been immune to the challenges faced by...
11 September 2017 14:33
(ShareCast News) - British consumer products business Ultimate Products Group (UP Group) said in a trading update on Monday that while both group revenue and EBITDA were forecast to come in above market...
6 March 2017 10:18
(ShareCast News) - Branded consumer goods group UP Global Sourcing Holdings was admitted to the premium listing segment of the Official List of the Financial Conduct Authority on Monday, as well as to...
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