Thomson Reuters revenue up, trends looking 'boringly positive' says Glocer

Global news agency and financial data company Thomson Reuters has reported third quarter revenues up one per cent to $3.26bn and operating profit down 6 per cent to $356m.

Chief executive Tom Glocer said trends in the business were “boringly positive“, the FT reports.

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