Exor


Ferrari’s surge pushes NAV into high gear

09/09/19 -"After a stellar run over H1 19, Ferrari has now become Exor’s second largest holding. This, coupled with €1bn in capital gains from the disposal of Magneti Marelli, serve as proof of Exor’s skill in ..."

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09/09/19
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