Slater & Gordon shares have given back a third of the week’s strong gains. Photo: Jessica Shapiro
Slater & Gordon shares slid by as much as 17 per cent as the company appears to have missed its self imposed deadline to update investors about closely watched cashflows.
In a statement to the Australian Stock Exchange on Thursday morning, Slater & Gordon said that it had previously advised that it would provide an update on its gross operating cash flow for the first half of the financial year in January, but “continues to work with its auditors and advisors” to finalise the first half year result.
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