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CPH: GYLD-B vs CPH: GYLD-A


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The leading Danish book publishing company Gyldendal has 510.000 class A with voting rights. And 510.000 class B without

Both receive dividend equally

However the class A share increased 5x the last 1½ year where the B share practically stood still

What can explain this phenomenon? I am not sure if it is business related or if it is technical phenomenon that I do not know about

Thanks

 

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