Carlsberg shares down 3.2 per cent in Copenhagen
Carlsberg said it would distribute 50 per cent of annual net income to investors in dividends as part of a new strategy. But unmoved analysts said the six-year plan for a company where revenue growth has stalled contained few other firm goals. Its shares fell 3.2 per cent in Copenhagen.
“What would have got me excited is a clearer roadmap about how they will get the exposure to the growing categories within beer, or if they’ll divest...
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