* Sweden-based investor sees ThyssenKrupp as undervalued * Cevian says supports management's strategy * ThyssenKrupp CEO Hiesinger welcomes investment * ThyssenKrupp shares rise 3.5 percent By Maria Sheahan and Matthias Inverardi FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Activist investor Cevian has raised its stake in ThyssenKrupp to 5.2 percent, in a move that was welcomed by the German steelmaker's CEO who is ...
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