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Bloomsbury Publishing's Nigel Newton discusses trading and bestsellers

Nigel Newton, chief executive of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (LON:BMY), tells Proactive London's Andrew Scott trading in the fiscal year just ended was in line with the board's expectations.

Newton says its Non-Consumer Academic and Professional division continued its strong performance, while the Consumer division delivered a number of bestsellers in the second half of the fiscal year, including Sarah Maas's Kingdom of Ash, Tom Kerridge's Fresh Start and Mary Pipher's Women Rowing North. 

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