Correction: Bloomsbury says results 'significantly ahead' of upgraded market expectations

Correction: Bloomsbury says results 'significantly ahead' of upgraded market expectations

Bloomsbury expects its revenue and profit to be "significantly ahead" of its upgraded market expectations, for the year ending 28th February 2021. 

In its latest trading update, it was announced that the board considers current consensus market expectation for the year ending 28th February 2021 to be revenue of £171m, which would represent sales up 5% from £162.8m the previous year, but profit before taxation and highlighted items at £14.8m, down 5.7% from £15.7m in 2020. But the company said it would outperform that consensus (see, also correction below). 

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