UK: Moss Bros swings to H1 profit on higher sales
By Leonie Barrie | 27 September 2011
Men's wear retailer Moss Bros Group Plc today (27 September) delivered an upbeat half-year trading report with higher sales helping to push it back into the black, and said it is on course to deliver better than expected growth by the year-end.
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