LONDON, July 28- Next, Britain's second-largest clothing retailer, nudged up its annual sales and profit forecasts after beating its own guidance for first-half sales growth, boosted by warm weather in June and July. Shares in the firm, which trades from more than 500 shops in Britain and Ireland, about 200 mainly franchised stores overseas and the Directory...» Read More
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