Retail investor LAPs rivals

LAP’s 32% rise in NAV to 89p a share in 2003, revealed at the beginning of the week, drove its shares up 17% to 60p. Ashtenne, the secondary shed investor, also benefited from a good set of results, its shares jumping more than 4% to 356.5p after it revealed a ...

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