Funds hit as Dixons Carphone shares tumble 30% on profit warning

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Share price fell 23% in early morning trading
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Share price fell 23% in early morning trading

Dixons Carphone, the owner of Carphone Warehouse and Dixons, has become the latest UK giant to issue a profit warning, causing its share price to slump 30% in early morning trading.

The UK's largest electronics provider warned the scrapping of EU roaming charges and the lack of mobile phone innovation from Samsung and Apple would impact profits. It said profits this year would...

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