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By | Joe Fay 30th April 2007 11:00

Satisfaction guaranteed by ComputerLand

Books shutting anytime now

ComputerLand promised the city no nasty surprises when it issued a trading statement this morning just before it shuts its books for the year to April 30.

The reseller and services group said trading in the second half has been “satisfactory” and accordingly, results for the full year will be “broadly in line with market expectations”.

That should be enough to keep investors happy, though perhaps they would have liked more detail. ComputerLand is normally a bit more loquacious in its trading statements. ComputerLand’s full results will be released on June 21.

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