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|52-week range||3.1972 - 7.6500|
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The Deliveroo share price has fallen by a third since flotation. Does that make it an unmissable bargain, or a risk to be avoided? The post Does Deliveroo share price weakness mean it’s time to buy? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that Deliveroo riders are self-employed by dismissing a union appeal against past judgments on their status. Deliveroo said it was the fourth UK court judgment that had determined its riders are self-employed, following a judgment by the Central Arbitration Committee and two such judgments at the High Court. The latest case had been brought by the IWGB union. Shares in Deliveroo jumped more than 5pc in afternoon trading in London. More follows
The firm, which was formerly known as TransferWise, plans to do a direct listing on the London Stock Exchange rather than sell shares at a set price in advance.