Remy Cointreau


Improvements are expected in H2 to offset quite weak H1

28/11/19 -"Remy reported H1 EBIT which missed the already-lowered consensus expectations (€138.3m vs. €144.6m expected), mainly due to the higher than expected holding company’s costs. External factors ..."

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28/11/19
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