The stock value of Synlait Milk Ltd [NZX:SML] fell by 10.72% today. At the time of writing, Synlait has a market capitalisation of $1.8 billion. and the share price is at $9.70.
For the past decade, the New Zealand stock market has been a “rock star”. Kiwi investors have reaped the benefits.
Our mission is to try to understand why it’s grown and to forecast whether or not investors can expect it to continue.
We’ll analyze the macro market as well as individual stocks and unveil any opportunities for you as an investor.
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