AUSTRALIA: Plan to renew investor confidence after underperformance in Coles Myer divisions
The second largest supermarket in Australia, Coles Myer , is reported to be considering a A$400m share buyback scheme, a measure launched in a bid to revive its flagging share value. Since poor results were posted in the group's Myer Grace Bros and Target
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