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Yangzijiang Shipbuilding (Holdings) Ltd. (BS6.SI)

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    Yangzijiang Shipbuilding and IVE Group witness considerable retail investor ownership

    In recent developments, Yangzijiang Shipbuilding (Holdings) Ltd. (SGX:BS6) and IVE Group Limited have both seen significant retail investor ownership. The retail investors of both companies hold a substantial portion of the shares, with Yangzijiang Shipbuilding at 43% and IVE Group at 56%. This suggests that these investors stand to gain or lose the most from their investments in the respective companies.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian currency, stock markets hit by China COVID unrest

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