Tarkett


Great cash generation but sacrificing the dividend in return for a healthier balance sheet

14/02/20 -"The results for 2019 are average to say the least (organic growth of +0.7%) and a meagre €0.58 EPS (2018: €0.77). On the positive side, the free cash flow before dividend looks massive at €244m ..."

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Published on
14/02/20
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