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Dixons Carphone to pay 4.5p final dividend

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Dixons Carphone to pay 4.5p final dividend

Dixons Carphone 2019 Final Results

• Gained market share in Electricals in all territories

• Group FY like-for-like revenue up 1%; UK & Ireland electricals like-for-like revenue up 1%; International like-for-like revenue up 4%; UK & Ireland mobile like-for-like revenue down 4%

• Statutory revenue down 1% to £10,433 million

• Group headline PBT of £298 million (2017/18: £382 million):

• Statutory loss before tax of £259 million (2017/18: profit of £289 million), including non-headline charges of £557 million (2017/18: £93 million), primarily non-cash impairments relating to the changing UK mobile market, as outlined in December interim results, mainly goodwill

• Free cash flow of £153 million (2017/18: £172 million). Operating cash flow of £286 million (2017/18: £312 million)

• Net debt of £265 million (2017/18: £249 million)

• Final dividend of 4.50p proposed (2017/18: 7.75p), full year dividend at 6.75p (2017/18: 11.25p).

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