That said, Experian’s revenues are falling in Europe and, surprisingly, demand in Asia is slowing. However, revenues in North America are still solid and grew 7% during the three months to December.
All in all, Experian has achieved strong steady growth over the past few years and this looks set to continue. So, overall, I believe now looks to be a good time to buy Experian at 1,187 pence.
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