Artemis raises stake in C&C to more than 12%
The drinks maker’s shares have dropped considerably since early March
Artemis Investment Managers has pushed its stake in troubled drinks maker C&C to more than 12 per cent, worth nearly £66 million (€74 million) at the company’s current share price.
Last week, the Scottish investment firm, which describes itself as “the profit hunter”, notified the market that in early April it bought 1 per cent of the company’s shares at a price of around £2.10 per share. The additional stake in C&C...
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