GBL


No surprise in the FY18 results, still go for GBL

15/03/19 -"The FY18 results were in line with expectations. The lower NAV is due to the decreased market values of the holding company’s main underlying assets, making an attractive discount to NAV. "

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47
Language
English
Published on
15/03/19
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