Ocado's 2010 results: what the analysts say
Ocado shares shot up today (1 February) as the UK online grocer saw its full-year losses narrow and its sales grow 29% during its first year as a listed company. The company's share price has been helped in recent weeks by speculation that it might be on the verge of being acquired but analysts have remained cautious of backing a retailer that is yet to record an annual profit.
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