United Utilities sees higher profits as office water consumption rebounds



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(Reuters) – Britain’s United Utilities forecast higher revenue and profit for the first half on Monday as water consumption by businesses starts returning to pre-pandemic levels and household demand remains high.

The company, one of the largest publicly traded water utilities in the country, said half-yearly underlying revenue is expected to see a net increase of around 4%.

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