FY 2020/21 Technical guidance
Previously announced 11 store closures in France
(1) Includes costs of PPE and social distancing, donations, new store layouts, additional store security, and bonuses to frontline store staff.
(2) According to Company-compiled consensus estimates as of 4 January 2021, the current range of sell-side analyst expectations for FY 20/21 adjusted profit before tax is £667m to £742m.
(3) Subject to the blend of profit within the Group’s various jurisdictions.
Information correct as at 12 January 2021.
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