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An Asian company just sold a huge block of stocks to "institutional investors" at only $9.25 - while the current price on the market was at $12.40. Over the past two days the price has been tanking, and is now at $11.30.

It is worrying that the investors got such a big discount, and it looks as if either they are cashing in on their extremely handsome profit, (33percent profit for holding on for a day), or other investors are selling off. Does anyone know who got the stock, what the terms were, and does anyone have any predictions on how much worse it might get?

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