APN doesn't have any undisclosed info to explain share price fall

Wed, 25 Jul 2012

July 26 (BusinessDesk) - APN News & Media says it doesn't know of any unannounced information to explain its recent share price fall. The company, which publishes the New Zealand Herald, was responding to a query from the Australian Stock Exchange as to why its shares fell from 60 Australian cents on July 18 to as low as 51.5 cents yesterday when the query was made. The shares ended yesterday on the ASX at 51 Australian cents, down 2.5 cents on the day. The shares have been sliding on the ASX since April 2010 when they hit A$2.54. On the NZX...

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