Coda saw 19 pence slashed off its share price yesterday after it announced an unexpected year end loss of #1.78 million. Revenues, however, increased by 22 per cent to #41.2 million for the year to 31 October 1997. The financial applications supplier blamed an increasingly competitive US market, but also saw its overheads increase by 15 per cent.
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