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The price of shares in Whitbread increased by 5.95% as sales saw some recovery during the quarter ended 26th November.
Homewares retailer Dunelm saw its shares sink by 7.25% despite total sales for the quarter ended 26th December improving by 11.8%.
Shares in AIM-listed potter Portmeirion Group rose by 14% after it announced that revenues for 2020 would be 6% higher than forecast.
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Shares in the FTSE 100 housebuilder Persimmon dropped 3.91% after revenues for the year ended 31st December fell by 8.7%.
Shares in FTSE 250 builders’ merchant Howden Joinery advanced 3.23% to 716.40p after it posted a trading update.