Thomas Cook


TCG needs more capital to fill the invisible liquidity hole

30/11/18 -"Given TCG’s fragile financial position (in fact, TCG does not have high net debt but a significant amount of payable and relatively high leased debt), in the case of lower cash generation, we assume ..."

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30/11/18
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