UK industrial group Johnson Matthey is the latest European manufacturer to survive the pandemic in better shape than expected after a strong recovery in China’s auto market underpinned profits.
Upbeat results from the FTSE 100 group follows boosts to London-listed peers Smiths Group and Melrose Industries and German auto companies as China’s rebound at the tail-end of last year helped them ride out the crisis.
Shares in the company, which makes catalytic converters, rose 3 per cent to ￡31can operate with up to six people per table..92 by mid-morning trading in London and have soared by a third since the start of the year.
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