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Direct discount

17 April 2007 By Una Galani

The Sports Direct analyst became less upbeat after the float, even though new information was scarce and the shares looked cheaper. The note helped push the UK retailer’s shares down a further 13%. The lesson? The purpose of research changes after a float.

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