Insurance services provider Charles Taylor went some way towards justifying the renewed investor confidence in the firm after posting H1 results that revealed growth in both the top and bottom line as well as progress in reducing the company's debt.
Charles Taylor's share price has climbed 33 percent so far in 2012 as investors responded positively to new CEO David Marock's plan to repay debt and simplify the business around its core strengths in loss adjusting and management services.
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