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Coty earnings top estimates, downplays coronavirus hit; shares surge

Reuters Wednesday, 5 February 2020
Coty Inc reported quarterly profit above expectations on Wednesday and said the recent coronavirus outbreak would have a relatively small impact on its earnings, sending the cosmetics and fragrance maker's shares surging as much as 22%.
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