Origin price tumble is a missed opportunity for Killian

The 40 per cent decline in Origin Enterprises’ share price, from its peak in May 2008, seems to be matching the sell-off of agri-commodities since mid year.

13th September, 2008

The 40 per cent decline in Origin Enterprises’ share price, from its peak in May 2008, seems to be matching the sell-off of agri-commodities since mid year.

The share price sell-off amounts to a €296 million decline in the value of Origin. Shareholders in Aryzta may now be wondering why Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian did not avail of the window of opportunity arising from a rapid appreciation of Origin’s share price since listing, and a...

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