Top trading opportunity: capita (-7.36%)

December 8, 2016

Britain’s leading outsourcer Capita (L:CPI) falls 7.36% in market open. Earlier this week, Capita’s stock had its “neutral” rating reissued by BNP Paribas and HSBC also lowered its rating for the premier employment provider to “Reduce”.

At 10:15 GMT, Capita was trading at 532.5 PNC (-7.36 percent). What’s next for the share price?

If you think Capita will go up click on the BUY button, or if you think it will go down, click on the SELL button

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