Is Just Eat share price fall a buying opportunity?

The online food delivery company’s investment plans have divided the market
Thursday 12 Apr 2018 Author: Lisa-Marie Janes
Shares in takeaway ordering specialist Just Eat (JE. ) have dropped from the all-time high of 890p marked in February by more than 20% to 686.6p (6 Mar). Is this a buying opportunity or is the company’s new investment strategy too risky? Just Eat generates sales from its online platform, which is used by hungry consumers to find and order takeaway food. WHAT HAS CHANGED? One of Just Eat’s...

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