High-flyer SSP shows no signs of slowing

When a company, and its shares, have done as well as SSP’s since its stock market debut in summer 2014, investors are inclined to ask just what could go wrong. That float was at 210p; the shares hit another high of 472½p yesterday, up 14¾p, on a set of halfway numbers that beat expectations, particularly on the volume of new business wins at airports around the world. Continue reading “High-flyer SSP shows no signs of slowing”