EXPERT COMMENT ON SMALLER COMPANIES AND AIM SHARES FOR INHERITANCE TAX PLANNING (AIM:BOO) nice update although we sense share buy back will not go down well

11/03/2015 · plc (BOO) 

Following a challenging third quarter to their financial year the online fashion group has delivered a positive update although the decision to instigate a share buy-back, essentially from new money raised in March 2014 is a little bizarre.

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