Michael Murray: The gains may not be as impressive as they once were, but Diageo's cup is still more than half-full

With the market correction of recent weeks, Diageo's shares have fallen to a level which looks to be close to an attractive entry point for investors.

9th February, 2014

With the market correction of recent weeks, Diageo's shares have fallen to a level which looks to be close to an attractive entry point for investors, I say this given the strength of the company's management and market position across 120 territories worldwide, its strong finances and its top class iconic brands across the alcoholic drinks sector.

Diageo is a company in which many Irish families hold shares. The reason is simple: the company was formed...

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