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Conviviality (AIM:CVR) - plenty of red flags to concern shareholders!

30/01/2018 · Conviviality PLC (CVR) 

Interim results from this wholesaler and distributor of alcoholic drinks resulted in a steep fall in its share price. However, we are puzzled why the results and outlook statement actually weren’t worse given the poor trading environment for many of its customers. With plenty of red flags in the results could there be trouble around the corner? 

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