Masters Home Improvement stock is now up to 95% off as the hardware chain enters its final four days of trading, with Woolworths looking to recoup close to $700 million in the liquidation sale.
After a relatively brief five-year journey, Woolworths announced its plans to close Masters in August and GA Australia took control of liquidating all stock, with an end date set for December 11.
In the final days customers will be able to pick up the last pieces of stock for as little as five percent of their original retail prices.
December 11 still looks set to signal last drinks for the failed hardware business. The Australian reports this week that Woolworths has netted a positive result from t…