Source - SMW
Tyman said its underlying annual pre-tax profit is expected to be slightly below the current range of analyst expectations. 

It pinned the downgrade on increased input costs and previously-reported operational issues at its AmesburyTruth Division.

"We expect to make further progress in 2018 with the market outlook in North America and Continental Europe remaining positive and will continue with our programme of self-help initiatives, including price recovery, to improve margins," chief executive Louis Eperjesi said.




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