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N Brown's share price sinks despite gains in plus-size revenues

Clothing retailer N Brown ended today with its shares down 5.51 per cent, the FTSE's second biggest laggard, despite strong revenue gains from its plus-size ladieswear brands.

Simply Be saw its revenue rocket by 21 per cent, while JD Williams increased at a more modest 12.1 per cent.


Reported by City A.M. • Thursday, October 12, 2017

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