UK: GUS Shares Up 9.6 Per Cent
British retail group GUS Plc has seen a 9.6 per cent rise in its share trade price to 490 pence this morning, after a trading update calmed fears over the impact of the slowdown in the US economy.
Reuters reported that the group's shares closed at 447 pence on Tuesday after falling 16 per cent throughout the year, largely due to concerns over the Experian information services unit.
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