Lindt & Spruengli


FY19 pushed up by Europe and US improvements (finally)

14/01/20 -"Organic sales growth came in above market expectations (+6.1% organically vs. 5.8% consensus), especially thanks to a strong performance in Europe which was a good surprise. Broadly, commercial ..."

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