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Jefferies praises new Maersk strategy


Investment bank Jefferies believes that Maersk Group's new strategy will create more value for shareholders. There are good opportunities for synergies in the transport division, while future divestments of the energy companies could free up billions of dollars, according to the bank.

Published 09.01.17 at 10:24

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