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Kopernik raises stake in Yoma Strategic; AEM buys back shares after Toh’s sale

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The Edge Singapore 10/7/2021 2:14 PM GMT+08  • 4 min read
Kopernik raises stake in Yoma Strategic; AEM buys back shares after Toh’s sale
Yoma shares were trading at 30 cents before the coup. It is now around 13 cents.
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Kopernik Global Investors, a Florida-based investment adviser, is now a substantial shareholder of Yoma Strategic Holdings.

According to an Oct 1 filing, Kopernik acquired 850,000 shares for 12.7 cents or some $107,950 in total. The purchase brings Kopernik’s interest in Yoma from just over 111.3 million shares or 4.98% to nearly 112.2 million shares or 5.01%.

Yoma, a conglomerate whose main business is in Myanmar, suffered a selldown following the military coup earlier this year. From around 30 cents before the coup on Jan 30, it had dropped to a low of 12 cents or so in September.

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