The inquisitor

National Toll Roads (NTR) may have reported a fall in profits in recent weeks, but it hasn’t done any damage to the company’s share price.

3rd February, 2007

National Toll Roads (NTR) may have reported a fall in profits in recent weeks, but it hasn’t done any damage to the company’s share price. Trading at €6.75 per share on the grey market the company is valued at over €1.5 billion.

One of the biggest winners is Philip Lynch’s One51 which bought a 26 per cent stake two years ago. Acquiring the 26 per cent cost One51 around €125 million....

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