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Standard Life Aberdeen raises stake in Yoma fortnight after coup

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The Edge Singapore2/17/2021 7:0 PM GMT+08  • 1 min read
Standard Life Aberdeen raises stake in Yoma fortnight after coup
Before the Feb 1 coup, Yoma was trading at 28 cents. It closed at 19 cents on Feb 17.
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Fund manager Standard Life Aberdeen plc, already a substantial shareholder of Yoma Strategic Holdings, has added to its stake with purchases from the open market.

The UK-based asset manager on Feb 15 paid 19.2 cents for 8,357,400 shares, bringing its total stake to around 142.3 million, or 6.362%. It owned 5.988% previously.


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