The winners and losers from Carillion’s demise

The stock market impact as support services play enters liquidation
Thursday 18 Jan 2018 Author: David Stevenson
Support services company Carillion ( CLLN ) is being put into compulsory liquidation. What does this mean for the many companies Carillion had contracts with and is there an opportunity for rivals to pick up business? Broker Numis says that while the event is clearly bad news for the whole industry in the short term many suppliers have been able to mitigate this to some degree by adopting low...

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