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Cake Box: A tasty UK stock market pick?

27/11/2018 · Cake Box Holdings PLC (CBOX)  · Patisserie Holdings PLC (CAKE) 

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Cake Box: A tasty UK stock market pick?
With UK investors still reeling from the catastrophe at Patisserie Valerie, Cake Box could provide a simple, sweet detox for your portfolio.

AIM-traded cake makers have not made for happy investments in recent months. But the woes of Patisserie Valerie (AIM: CAKE) shouldn’t necessarily deter investors from the entire sector. In June, Cake Box (AIM: CBOX) joined its, now suspended, peer on AIM and its share price has risen over two-thirds since then.

The first set of financial results from this healthier cake company (both in terms of its financial position and…

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