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Has Fisher & Paykel Healthcare’s share price slide ended?

Analysis: The bumpy post-Covid ride of an iconic Kiwi high tech company.

Illustration: Michael Hickmott.

It would be a safe bet that when Sir Woolf Fisher and Maurice Paykel set up appliance manufacturer Fisher & Paykel in 1934, they had no idea that many decades later their efforts would spawn a healthcare spin-off with the highest market capitalisation on the NZX.

And that’s despite its share price

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Fiona Rotherham Tue, 07 Jun 2022
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