T7 Global shares surge, Vincent Tan substantial shareholder


Tan Sri Vincent Tan will reimburse the 2,600 Cardiff fans for the away fixture postponement against Derby County.

PETALING JAYA: Shares of T7 Global Bhd, the company formerly known as Tanjung Offshore Bhd, soared to a high of 56.5 sen, up 34.5% on heavy trade due to its upcoming placement exercise along with new developments and shareholders coming into the company.

It was one of the most actively traded counters of the day, and closed eight sen higher to 50.5 sen on a volume of 31.2 million shares.

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