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Burberry cancels shares in treasury

British luxury goods company Burberry Group PLC on March 26 canceled 8,872,416 ordinary shares held in treasury, or 2.08% of issued share capital, with nominal value of 0.05 pence per share, according to a March 27 regulatory filing.

The company canceled the shares as per the provisions of section 729 of the Companies Act 2006, following which it now has 418,270,697 ordinary shares in issue with a nominal value of 0.05 pence per share.

The company does not have any shares held in treasury now.