Investors fear share emission from debt-heavy GN

The hearing group has lost 70% of its stock value this year, and analysts say this is because shareholders are worrying about the company’s large debt.

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A fear of dilution should GN Group, the parent organization under which hearing aid manufacturer GN Hearing resides, need to raise capital is weighing down the company’s stock, according to a number of analysts that Danish media Finans has spoken with.

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