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Shares in new News Corp. (NWS), which will hold the company's publishing assets when it splits...

Shares in new News Corp. (NWS), which will hold the company's publishing assets when it splits on June 28, fell 3% to $14.55 on their trading debut in Sydney after opening at a lower-than-expected $15. The non-voting stock slumped over 8% to $14.30. Due to the split, shares in 21st Century Fox, the entertainment business that comprises the other half of News Corp and is still trading under the parent company's name for now, dropped 6.9% to $30.53.
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  • Wilson Wang
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    To whoever wrote this market current, the 21st Century Fox actually went up. Please read the following link, http://bloom.bg/11nfu37.
    19 Jun 2013, 05:53 AM Reply Like
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