More profit warnings issued in tech than any other sector - EY report

Marian McHugh
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'Clear parallels' between economy now and that of last financial crisis, according to EY

The tech sector issued the most profit warnings in the UK in the third quarter of 2019, according to research by EY. The sector submitted 10 of the overall 77 warnings issued for the three month...

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