Trigon funds sell 4.7 pct stake in Hungary's Raba


BUDAPEST, April 30 (Reuters) - Estonia's Trigon funds sold a 4.7 percent stake in Hungarian vehicle parts maker Raba on April 29, the funds said on the Budapest Stock Exchange's homepage on Wednesday. Trigon Active Alpha Fund sold 570,000 shares, reducing its ownership to 4.1 percent of Raba's voting shares from 8.5 percent, while Trigon Central and Eastern European Fund cut its own stake to 2.6 from 2.9 percent by selling 30,000 shares. The funds did not disclose more details ...

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