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Bloomsbury Swaps Wizards For Whisks

Posted at 8:23AM Monday 19 May 2014

Harry Potter publisher Bloomsbury has swapped wizards for whisks as a schedule of cookery books based on television series drives a recovery in print sales.

When Bloomsbury publishes its latest full-year results on Tuesday, it is expected to report pre-tax profits up by more than a quarter. Analysts are forecasting a profit before tax of £12.4m, on sales of £107m.

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