Juventus hit another record on the stock exchange, closing trading with a share worth €1.343, an increase of 3.55 per cent from yesterday.
The Bianconeri’s value has sky-rocketed in recent months, partly due to the Cristiano Ronaldo effect of signing the €100m Ballon d’Or winner from Real Madrid.
Today they hit another all-time record with shares trading at €1.343, beating the previous best of €1.3247 set in January 2002.
At one stage today, Juve shares were going for €1.409.
The Bianconeri shares were worth only €0.6190 at the start of June, while over the last six months they have grown by 106.62 per cent.