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Travis Perkins Sales Up As Housing Market Warms
The building supply company sees a surge in quarterly sales as the housing market picks up and wet weather repairs get under way. 8:32am UK, Thursday 24 April 2014.
Travis Perkins 1Q Trading in Line; Comparable Sales +12.7%  
Upturn in UK building activity boosts Travis Perkins sales  
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Trends

GainersChange Mkt Cap
ABG African Barrick Gold PLC 5.68% 1,075.65M
PIC Pace plc 4.30% 1,303.54M
ANH Al Noor Hospitals Group PLC 3.28% 1,196.71M
AAL Anglo American plc 2.68% 22,184.95M
MONI Monitise Plc 2.65% 1,248.72M
LosersChange Mkt Cap
NEPI New Europe Property Investments plc -15.56% 1,059.49M
QPP Quindell PLC -4.67% 1,577.68M
AO AO World PLC -2.72% 1,052.63M
IVO Imperial Innovations Group plc -2.36% 4,351.12M
CUK Care UK Plc -1.76% 7,992.41M
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