By  on November 6, 2019

LONDON — First-half profits at Marks & Spencer Group plc nearly doubled to 117.1 million pounds from 60.8 million pounds due to shrinking finance costs and taxes, while revenues dipped 2.1 percent to 4.86 billion pounds.

The company said revenue in the first six months to Sept. 28 was dented by weak clothing and home sales, due in part to supply chain issues, while the food division grew 0.9 percent underlying, driven by volume.

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