Share movements at a glance

August 1998
Cabinet Maker;08/07/98, Issue 5100, p7
Trade Publication
Presents information on the stock market performance of British furniture manufacturers and retailers for the week of August 3, 1998. Includes Allders; Allied Carpets; British Vita.


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