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For Noble Group, 2017 will go down in its history as the most dramatic year as the commodity trader engaged in an epic swim-or sink-battle. From management upheaval, to lawsuits involving ex-CEOs, to plunging share price, vicious short-selling attacks, accusations of accounting malpractices, credit ratings downgrades, record earning losses and reported loss of bank support (DBS), Noble Group certainly looked on course to an explosive self-destruction path.
Despite the relentless troubles, Noble Group continued to attract institutional investors’ support. In June, Abu Dhabi’s Goldilocks emerged as surprise major shareholder while China sovereign wealth fund, CIC, remained one of its largest shareholders, with stake of 9.5%. With such strong support from China and Middle East, it is inconceivable that Noble Group will sink into default. But in the corporate world, never say never.
Readers should read the following articles to assess my insights on this ex-blue chip:
- The end of Noble Group?
- Nightmare of Noble Group continues
- Noble Group’s horror show
- Noble Group new white knight?
- Will Noble Group shares see daylight again?
- Collapse of Noble Group share price
- Meltdown of Noble Group shares
- Noble Group will sink or swim?
- Is Noble Group doomed?
- Will Noble Group