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Streetwise Grafton turns up the intrigue

The Grafton Group curiously dampened down the prospects of a major share buyback programme, despite going to the trouble of rescheduling its results announcement, writes David Clerkin.

18th August, 2007

The Grafton Group curiously dampened down the prospects of a major share buyback programme, despite going to the trouble of rescheduling its results announcement, writes David Clerkin.

Perhaps timing isn’t everything. It’s only been a few months since Grafton Group executive chairman Michael Chadwick turned down an offer in the region of €100 million for a surplus-to-requirements site owned by the building materials and DIY group on Dublin’s Naas Road....

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