Johnson Matthey H1 profits rise 3 pct


LONDON, Nov 28 (Reuters) - British metals and chemicals company Johnson Matthey Plc reported on Thursday first-half profits rose three percent and said it expected to make progress year-on-year despite a weaker dollar and lower palladium prices. Profits before tax, exceptional items and goodwill amortisation for the half year to September 30 rose to 95 million pounds ($147 million) from 92.2 million last year. Analysts forecasts ranged between 92 and 96 million. The firm, which is the ...

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