Remy Cointreau


Q3 beat driven by the US and Mainland China

22/01/21 -"Strong Q3 revenue beat driven by the US and Mainland China. The group’s confidence about its outlook and the Chinese New Year should slightly liven up the stock somewhat in short term due to the ..."

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22/01/21
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