Kingfisher raises profit guidance as sales surge across Europe

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Kingfisher has upgraded its profit guidance after sales powered ahead of pre-Covid levels across its international markets.

The DIY giant said adjusted pre-tax profit for the first half of its financial year would now be in the range of £645m to £660m, outstripping previous guidance of £580m to £600m.

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