Wednesday 20th November 2019
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Metlifecare has suspended its share buyback programme as it considers a "credible" suitor who's lobbed in a sub-par conditional offer. Yesterday, the company's shares had their busiest trading day in more than two-and-a-half years. The retirement village operator and developer had only just e...
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