London-listed William Hill has reported a pre-tax loss of £721.9m for the 53-week period ended January 1st 2019.

The company said Friday that net revenue for the 53-week period was up by 2 per cent versus the 52-week period a year earlier to £1,621.3m, with the bottom line impacted by exceptional charges and adjustments of £922.1m, including the previously reported £882.8m non-cash impairment to Retail following the UK Triennial Review.

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