25 May 2022 - director dealing
The share price of Marston's has fallen sharply recently as fears of a slowdown in consumer spending have caused investors to become more cautious on the outlook for the company. Clearly, the increases in energy prices, higher interest rates and higher inflation will have a negative impact on the company but the issue for investors is whether this is reflected in the share price. The group issued its interim results last week covering the six month period to 2 April and these showed that like for like sales had risen to 97% of the . . .
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