The Warehouse: everyday low share prices

The Warehouse: everyday low share prices
The Warehouse's chief executive Nick Grayston and chair Joan Withers. (Image: The Warehouse)
Ella Somers
The Warehouse’s laggard share price was top of mind at its annual meeting for the second year in a row – but this year, it was the retailer’s chief executive and board who were at the front of the queue to decry its “disappointing” performance.“We are very conscious of the fact that shareholders will not be happy with where the share price currently sits or the fact that we did not declare an interim dividend,” chair Joan Withers told the 100 or so shareholders in attendance.Shares in The Warehouse have...

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