OSLO, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Shares in Norwegian tyre pressure gauge maker Sensonor fell to a record low on Thursday after it gave up a planned strategic partnership with an unnamed group and said it was considering a share issue. Sensonor shares closed down 23.5 percent at 1.53 Norwegian crowns ($0.222) on the Oslo bourse, just above a session low of 1.51 and eclipsing a previous low of 1.61 on December 30. Sensonor said that it was dropping a planned partnership with an unidentified ...
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