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Severfield looks to be back on track as order book swells

Since the half-year point, management at steel structure specialist Severfield (SFR) has been relatively cautious about the group's full-year performance, so these expectation-beating results took the market by surprise. Investors sent the share price up 11 per cent as the group reported a return to revenue growth and its first pre-tax profit since 2011.

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