Britain's Most Admired Companies 2012: Value as a long-term investment

Some investors are interested in more than making gains in the next quarter. Here are the companies ranked by their value in the long game.

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

BMAC: Top 10 rated by their value as a long-term investment

1 Diageo 8.61
2 Berkeley Group 8.40
3 Derwent London 8.28
4= Capital & Counties Properties 8.17

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Croda International 8.17
6= InterContinental Hotels 8
6= Johnson Matthey 8
8 Shaftesbury 7.94
9 Great Portland Estates 7.9
10 BASF (UK & Ireland) 7.89

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