The shares hit €3.48 in trading on Friday, representing a rise of 51 per cent from the start of the year.
The new peak came last week after the company reported full-year earnings, which showed double-digit growth in both turnover and net profits. The earnings were driven by increased sales in both its wholesale and distribution businesses.
“The stock is at a premium to its peer group in Europe,” said Jack Gorman, senior analyst with Davy...
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