Stobart Group and Paul Hill on Clearstar, Lloyds and the Markets

Justin Waite
Justin Waite
Vox Markets Podcast with Justin Waite
10:34, 31st July 2020

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Stobart Group and Paul Hill on Clearstar, Lloyds and the Markets

Warwick Brady, Chief Executive Officer & Lewis Girdwood Chief Financial Officer of Stobart Group (STOB) FOLLOW discuss current trading and strategy for the future.

Stobart Group is developing the value of operating businesses in the aviation and energy from waste sectors. Stobart Aviation includes London’s fastest growing airport in 2019; London Southend Airport, which is being developed to offer a passenger-focused experience that combines commercial revenues with a spacious, safe, and even more secure environment. Stobart Energy is targeting the supply of 2 million tonnes of waste wood per annum, and benefits from long-term, high-margin contracts.

Paul Hill, full time investor and equity analyst gives his view on the markets, his strategy, performance and talks about:

Clearstar #CLSU FOLLOW


(Interview starts at 9 minutes 30 seconds)  


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