UK: Costs push House of Fraser FY profits down
By Leonie Barrie | 24 May 2012
UK-based department store group House of Fraser says sales have maintained their "positive momentum" after it managed to shrug off economic uncertainty and one of the wettest April's on record to book a 2.6% rise in first-quarter sales.
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