DSV catches up with Kuehne – the two American stars lag
Danish freight forwarder DSV has done it again – another quarter’s done with; another stellar trading update was released last week.
Unsurprisingly, its shares have rallied since 5 August, when corporate insiders and new investors smelled the bargain as soon as the trading session began, rushing to buy a piece of its future success on the stock market and pushing stock prices to all-time highs.
On Tuesday, it recorded a new record high of Dkr326.20 from Dkr294 at closing on 4 August.
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