Oil and miners drive UK profits to six-year high of £210bn

Rise of 86%

Laura Dew
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Oil firms drove both higher profits and revenue in the UK
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Oil firms drove both higher profits and revenue in the UK

Profits on UK plcs jumped 86% to £210.8bn in the year to the end of June, the highest since 2012, according to the latest Profit Watch UK report.

The report from The Share Centre looks at quarterly and interim results reported during the three months to the end of June 2018. The firm has updated its methodology to use most recent results rather...

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