Tuesday, 7th July 2015

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Marks and Spencer clothing sales not as bad as feared, food also strong

Tue 7th Jul 15, 07:01:4

Womenswear sales were hit by bad weather in the first quarter at Marks and Spencer but were better than City analysts had feared, contributing alongside a strong performance from food and a return to international growth to produce 1.8% total growth in the period.

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