Services group CSG Holdings warned on Monday it had swung into a headline loss in its year to end-March amid pressure from its underperforming security division.

The group said in a trading update it will report a headline loss per share of 8.23c-9.23c, from headline earnings of 4.99c previously, with the group also bracing for pressure from the Covid-19 pandemic...

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