- Shares in the FTSE 100 media giant are up more than a half over the past 12 months
- WPP attributed a recovery in its markets to successful vaccination programmes, stimulating economy activity
Shares in WPP (WPP) ticked up 2 per cent on results day as the FTSE 100 media giant said it had returned to 2019 revenue levels in 2020, a year ahead of plan. The group cited a like-for-like (LFL) improvement of 26 per cent in the second quarter alone, buoyed by clients spending on digital advertising. Overall, LFL half-year sales rose 16 per cent.