Newcastle-based accounting software group Sage will report revenues,
operating profit and pre-tax profits for the first half of the year (to the end
of March) in line with market expectations, it has been reported.
The listed company is expected to report half-year revenues of £444m,
operating profit of £115m and pre-tax profit of £111m.
Last month Sage announced the £334m acquisition of Norwegian software group
It will announce its interim results on 9 May.
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