All Black Dan Carter increased his shareholding in newly-listed Arvida

Wed, 17 Dec 2014

By Fiona Rotherham Dec. 18 (BusinessDesk) -  All Black Dan Carter said he increased his shareholdings in the retirement village sector when supporting the initial public offer of Arvida Group which debuted on the NZX this morning. The stock rose 2 percent after Carter rang the bell to signal the stock’s debut on the exchange in a ceremony at the NZX head office in Auckland this morning.  It has since dropped back to its offer price of 95 cents, which valued the new retirement village operator at $215 million. The Christchurch-based co...

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