Shares in D2C giant Hargreaves Lansdown fell today after analysts at RBC Capital Markets downgraded the stock on fears its share price will continue to struggle in the face of increasing competition.
Shares in the business have already tumbled by over a third this year, off as much as 38% from their peak of £15.49 at the start of 2014. Today they fell a further 2.7% to 938p, after RBC downgraded...
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