Novus Holdings is down from a pre-pandemic high of 499c and an all-time high of R18.25 in 2015.
Its pandemic low was 65c…
Then in April 2021 an investment firm, backed by a CEO with a great track record in turnarounds bought shares in Novus.
On 1 April 2021 Novus shares traded at 101c. On 14 April the company announced that A2 Investment Partners had bought a 10.18% stake in the company... ››› more
Novus Holdings is a group of printing and manufacturing operators. The company has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Novus Holdings Limited
Short name: Novus
Sector: Industrial goods & services – support services
Five top facts about Novus Holdings
Novus Holdings employs around 1,800 people across its operations.
Novus Ho... ››› more
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