Clipper Logistics Group saw its share price rise steadily over its first day of trading fully on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) yesterday. At the end of trading on Wednesday 5 June, the firm’s share price had risen to 121p from 100p at admission. 100m ordinary shares were offered on the premium listing of the LSE and were traded on the main market. On its first day of unconditional trading, in which 49m shares were issued on Friday 30 May, […]
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