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Shares in takeover target Billabong hit record low, halted

Reuters: Global Markets

Wed, 20 Mar 2013

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Shares in Australian surfwear brand and takeover target Billabong International Ltd tumbled more than 20 percent to an all-time low on Thursday amid concerns about the status of...

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