Demant's top-line growth in line with outlook, Jefferies assesses

The investment bank has taken a look at a presentation from the Danish hearing aid company during the EUHA conference, and new numbers seem to match earlier announcements.

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Demant’s top-line growth looks to be in line with previous predictions, writes investment bank Jefferies after the Danish hearing aid manufacturer’s CEO, Søren Nielsen, and president for diagnostics and communications, Arne Boye Nielsen, took to the stage at industry conference EUHA.

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