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He highlighted trends such as shareholder activism, full report and change in leadership post-Covid, which were causing stock market-listed firms to reconsider whether they would be better off privately owned. ‘It will be lowly valuation, as evidenced by the fat yield, the juicy cash flow and index-linked nature of the contracts which generate four-fifths of profit that will have attracted KKR.' stradivarius.com RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Norway's royal family beam as they don traditional dress to...
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When there is a shortage of vital components, such as semi-conductors, it offers the makers a chance to play catch-up on prices which couldn't be passed through in normal times. The discount retailer said that sales this year will be lifted by hard-up shoppers