Company values are on the rise

Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Analysts Plimsoll Publishing say overall values of care home companies are on the up, with 68 of the companies included in Plimsoll’s most recent report seeing their values increase by 21 per cent during the 12-month 2005-6 review period. “These companies are building a solid foundation to further enhance their values in 2007,” said senior analyst David Pattison. “Sadly, not all of those valued in the study have prospered, as 32 of the companies have seen their value fall, on average by 31 per cent.” # Copies of the Plimsoll Major Company Analysis – Care Homes are available for £500 by calling 01642 626400, visiting or by email from c.sherwood Caring Times readers can take advantage of a 5 per cent discount when ordering on line by quoting the code PRO1 at the checkout.

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