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Michael Murray: Tax, debt, divorce, domicile and diversity are common reasons for directors’ share sales

They don’t necessarily foretell trouble ahead

20th March, 2016

The past ten days have seen several interesting share sales in Ireland – especially across the convenience food and/or food ingredients sector – Aryzta, Greencore and Kerry Group. I don’t hold shares in the first (thankfully, given its performance of late), but I do in the second and third – thankfully, because they have been stellar performers.

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