James Fisher and Sons (LON:FSJ) First Half 2023 Results
Key Financial Results
Revenue: UK£252.0m (up 17% from 1H 2022).
Net loss: UK£3.20m (down by 191% from UK£3.50m profit in 1H 2022).
UK£0.064 loss per share (down from UK£0.07 profit in 1H 2022).
All figures shown in the chart above are for the trailing 12 month (TTM) period
James Fisher and Sons Earnings Insights
Looking ahead, revenue is forecast to grow 3.4% p.a. on average during the next 3 years, compared to a 4.4% growth forecast for the Infrastructure industry in Europe.
The company's shares are up 2.1% from a week ago.
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