B&M profits more than double as sales climb in ‘exceptional’ year

B&M store in Stafford

B&M has delivered rocketing full-year profits and a surge in sales as boss Simon Arora says the retailer’s store network and value offer will hold it in good stead for strong trading post-lockdown.

B&M recorded a 108% spike in statutory profit before tax to £525.4m in the 52 weeks to March 27, driven by a 25.9% jump in group revenue to £4.8bn.

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