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Ebos Group fell 9.5 percent after the company said its largest shareholder Sybos Holdings was selling about a third of its shares at a discount.  Shares of the healthcare and animal product company were trading at $22.60 on Tuesday afternoon, down $2.37 from yesterday. That's the lowest they've been since mid-June.  Sybos, which has a 37.3 percent stake in the company, hired UBS to sell a portion of its shares in a fully underwritten block trade. It is selling 9.3 percent of the dual-listed company, or 15 million shares, at $22.50 a sh...
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