Ambu's stock hits lowest price in five years

An analyst from Carnegie says there are several factors explaining why the medtech firm’s share price has declined to a level not seen since 2017.

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Ambu has been facing headwinds on the stock exchange in recent days, and Head of Equity Research at Carnegie Investment Bank Niels Granholm-Leth has identified several potential factors as to why.

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