It's pretty apt that
No matter. Goldman - along with Nomura, another bank on the flotation ticket - have both loyally published research telling investors to buy even more shares, and we should be able to see if that represents sage advice this week, when the retailer unveils its first full-year results statement as a public company.
Still, the dissenters remain with Sahill Shan, an analyst at N+1 Singer, cautioning: "
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