Colombia’s EEB Says Plunge Not Justified by Financial Results
The company, known as EEB, will begin trading today after Colombia’s financial regulator on Dec. 7 suspended it after shares plunged 17 percent over three days following mayor-elect Gustavo Petro’s comments that he would seek to merge it with other city-controlled utilities.
EEB commented on its share price in a regulatory filing late yesterday.
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