16 Aug Australian & Global Private Hospitals: Strike While The Iron Is Hot
Our 32-page report on the international private hospital sector suggests that the industry is well placed to benefit from the impact of global environmental factors. We believe that these include:
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We consider that it may be time for Australian operators to strike while the iron is hot and undertake expansion into geographies outside of Australia. Our view is based on factors such as:
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Our analysis incorporates the implications of the above factors from the perspective of Australian and internationally listed hospital stocks. The report outlines where we consider that value may be captured by investors.
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