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Marston's Half-Year Profit Rises On Cost Control, Acquisitions

By Dave Simpson

Pub operator Marston's Plc has said that acquisitions and lower administrative costs helped it post a 2% rise in its half-year underlying pre-tax profit.

Revenue And Momentum

The Wolverhampton-based company, which brews ales such as Lancaster Bomber, Brakspear and Mansfield, said that underlying revenue rose 5% to £553.1 million for the 26 weeks that ended on March 30.

The company also said that momentum was maintained in the second half of the year on strong Easter sales.

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