LONDON, Nov 28 (Reuters) - British metals and chemicals firm Johnson Matthey Plc is comfortable with a majority of analysts forecasts for its annual profits, its Finance Director said on Thursday. "If you look at the forecasts, there's a group of analysts in the low 190s (million pounds). And there are some forecasts significantly higher than that. We're comfortable with the majority of the forecasts... in the low 190s," John Sheldrick told Reuters in an interview. Earlier on Thursday, ...
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