FRANCE: Peltz investment talk buoys Danone shares

By Dean Best | 7 November 2012

Shares in Danone rose today (7 November) after reports activist investor Nelson Peltz had acquired a stake in the French food giant.

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Shares in Danone rose today (7 November) after reports activist investor Nelson Peltz had acquired a stake in the French food giant.

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