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A "Harry Potter" renaissance has seemingly been brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.
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The series' publisher, Bloomsbury, has reported its most successful first half in over 10 years, The Guardian reports.
The beginning of the pandemic was unkind to the company, which shut down and furloughed employees.
However, in the six months to the end of August, profits for the company grew 60% to £4 million (over $5.1 million). Shares in the company were up by 15% on Tuesday.
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