Aston Martin: Mercedes to take 20% stake in luxury brand

Aston Martin’s shares have crashed since the company was floated on the London stock market in 2018 at £19 each. By the time

chief executive Andy Palmer was eased out in May, the price was down 94% as investors bailed on fears over falling sales and rising costs.

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