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NEW YORK – Horizon Discovery announced preliminary FY2019 revenues on Tuesday, reporting that it expects revenues for the year to rise approximately 7 percent year over year.

Reported revenues for FY2019, including continuing and discontinued operations, are expected to be approximately €62.9 million ($69.5 million), up from €58.7 million in 2018. On a constant currency basis, the company is expecting revenues of €61.2 million, an increase of approximately 4 percent from 2018.

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