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Major US-based fund buys stake in DHT Holdings

US-based investment fund Fidelity now owns 10 percent of tanker ship operator DHT Holdings, according to a press release.

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Investment fund Fidelity, headquartered in Boston, has bought shares in DHT Holdings, and the fund now owns 10 percent, corresponding to around 15.4 million shares, according to a notice to the stock exchange.

The fund thus becomes one of the biggest shareholders in the tanker ship operator, in which BW Group has also owned a large stake.

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