UK: Compass shares back on track
International caterer Compass saw its shares plummet in the aftermath of the 11 September terrorist attacks on the US, but they are now beginning to recover as the sales slump investors expected has not materialised. CEO Mike Bailey is expected to report that the group's 6%-8% long-term organic-growth targets are still in place, and that profits have reached £596m (US$850.8m).
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