UK building and services firm Carillion has seen its share price fall 18%. It reported a first-half loss of £1.15bn and said it had taken an impairment charge of £134m on its UK and Canadian construction businesses.
It had also made provision of £200m for losses on its support services contracts.
This is on top of an £845m write-off announced in July.
Carillion’s full-year revenues are now forecast to be between £4.6bn-£4.8bn, down from a previous expectation of £4.8bn-£5bn.
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