Kingfisher inches down profit guidance amid rising wages and energy bills

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Kingfisher has shaved £10m from the upper end of its profit guidance in the face of rising wages and energy bills.

The DIY giant, which owns B&Q and Screwfix in the UK, said full-year adjusted pre-tax profit would now come within the range of £730m to £760m.

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