The Amcor Limited (ASX: AMC) share price is up 1.6% to $13.13 at the time of writing on its third consecutive day of rises following a downturn that has been in play since August.
Amcor is a global packaging company with operations across Australia, North America, Europe, and Asia, but its share price has been on the decline in the last 12 months, leaving investors wary.
Amcor recently held its AGM, reporting solid cash flow and a strong balance sheet with consistent margin improvement and a dividend increase of 5%.
Amcor has a pledge to develop recyclable or reusable packaging only by 2025 – no doubt a pretty topical market to be working within at this juncture.
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