Tuesday July 14, 2020

Applegreen shares rise on stock market debut

19th June, 2015

Shares in petrol forecourt retailer Applegreen rose by as much as 13 per cent to €4.30 on its first day of trading on the Irish Stock Exchange.

The company, which raised €91.7 million in a placing at a price of €3.80 per share ahead of its stock market debut, said it will use the proceeds to fuel growth of its business in Ireland and Britain.

Applegreen, which has a 12 per cent share of the Irish...

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