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Goldman Sachs sells another heap of Dong shares

Major US investment bank Goldman Sachs, which bought a big stake in Dong Energy three years ago from the Danish state, is now out to sell another big chunk of this shareholding.

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US investment bank Goldman Sachs continues its fire sale and will now sell another portion of its shares in Dong Energy.

According to a corporate statement, Goldman Sachs via Luxembourg company New Energy Investment (NEI) is putting 10.5 million Dong shares up for sale "due to strong demand among investors".

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