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More pessimistic on FY20, while keeping a cautious stance on the recovery

26/06/20 -"We have incorporated the company’s pessimistic outlook into our spreadsheet, while keeping a cautious view on the recovery path, which we see coming back to FY19’s levels by FY24, rather than by FY25 ..."

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