Articles for Greencore (LSE: GNC)

Greencore is a leading international manufacturer of convenience foods. It was established in 1991, through a flotation of the state-owned Irish Sugar Corporation, and moved its main listing to the London Stock Exchange in 2011.

Should you buy last week’s losers Lakehouse plc (-27%), Lamprell plc (-11%) and Greencore Group (-7%)?

Royston Wild considers whether wise investors should pile back into Lakehouse plc (LON: LAKE), Lamprell plc (LON: LAM) and Greencore Group plc (LON: GNC). More »

Will BP plc, Greencore Group plc And Dignity Plc Beat The Index In 2016?

Are these 3 shares worth adding to your portfolio right now? BP plc (LON: BP), Greencore Group plc (LON: GNC) and Dignity Plc (LON:... More »

3 Stocks Set To Beat Their Rivals: Rio Tinto plc, BAE Systems plc And Greencore Group plc

These 3 stocks could beat the wider index: Rio Tinto plc (LON: RIO), BAE Systems plc (LON: BA) and Greencore Group plc (LON: GNC) More »

Two More Strategies For Beating The Market

It’s relatively easy to start looking for the companies that fit one of these market-beating strategies. More »

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