Tuesdata: How Enero's shareholders had the worst quarter on The Unmade Index, while Domain was top
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Today: We reveal the winners and losers of The Unmade Index for the financial quarter which ended on Friday, and we’ve an update on a strong start to the quarter for the index yesterday.
The companies covered are: Aspermont, Domain, Enero Group, HT&E, IVE Group, Motio, Nine, Ooh Media, Pureprofile, Seven West Media, Southern Cross Austereo, Sports Entertainment Group, and The Market Herald.
Unveiling the CEO of the quarter - Domain’s Jason Pellegrino
Domain outperformed the rest of the Unmade Index by growing shareholder value by $520m in the last financial quarter, our analysis reveals.
The real estate platform, led by CEO Jason Pellegrino, grew its share price by 33.1% in the first three months of 2023 - a jump of $520m in market capitalisation.
Meanwhile, the CEO who oversaw the greatest destruction of shareholder value was Enero’s Brett Scrimshaw. Enero’s market cap lost $98.8m in the first quarter.
Our ranking of the 13 media and marketing companies which make up the Unmade Index appears below, based on the amount that market caps have risen or fallen in the last quarter.