Persimmon rises despite shareholder revolt

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Persimmon shares rose 0.14% on the FTSE 100 to 2,694.00p on Wednesday despite its controversial remuneration policy only narrowly winning approval from shareholders at its AGM.

The housebuilder faced significant protests from Aberdeen Standard Investments and other leading shareholders over the motion. 

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