Jeronimo Martins


09/04/19 -"We take a more positive view on the stock valuation in the wake of: 1) increased probability of some relaxation in the Sunday trading ban in Poland (accounts for c.67% of group revenue). According to ..."

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09/04/19
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Business & Trends Graphics : Momentum
Money Making Graphics : MACD & Volumes
Debt Graphics : Sensitivities
Valuation Sector: Performance
DCF Sector: Key data
NAV/SOTP Sector: Ratios & Valorisation
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Financials Sector: Analysis

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