In the last few days from 4th June, Marston’s PLC (MARS.L) shares are slowly going down. The final shares were 90.84 pounds, different from a month ago. As of 14th May, it was 99.75 pounds. Finally, on 20th May it dropped to 88.62 pounds. Yet gradually, it has come till 91.08 ponds till today, 14th July.
Tim Martin, the outspoken Brexit-supporting boss of JD Wetherspoon (JDW.L), has called for some reason on this position. In order to plug a skills gap in the hospitality sector, for better improvement of hospitality he supposes more liberal immigration rules. As immigration helps to recruit more workers from overseas. He also compared the UK liberal immigration system mentioning that from this approach America, Australia and Singapore have benefitted for many decades before. As in these countries, immigration combined with democracy works.
In order to solve this problem lobby has also called for a special visa to attract workers from overseas. Kate Nocholls suggested Government review its list of shortage occupations and consider the introduction of an Australian-style visa scheme to enable the workers they need, who don’t meet the point-based system, to come and work there. Martin said in a statement on Wednesday: “Most hospitality companies would probably support some sort of preferential visa system for EU workers, justified by ‘proximity’, maybe similar to UK/Ireland or Australia/New Zealand type arrangements.” The dependent factors are to blame for the company’s constant price fluctuations; investors should exercise greater caution when investing in this company.
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