Made.com and Hotel Chocolat issue profit warnings

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Made.com and Hotel Chocolat have both issued warnings over their profits, with the furniture retailer citing supply chain costs and low consumer confidence while the confectionary business plans a transitional year to focus on its most profitable markets.

Made.com issued its second profit warning in two months as boss Nicola Thompson said the etailer has “seen a worsening in consumer confidence since May”, which “has had an impact on this period’s performance”.

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