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12 May 2020 By Neil Unmack

Shares in the world’s largest steelmaker slumped after it said it would raise $2 bln of shares and equity-linked debt. Cutting borrowing is prudent with lockdowns sapping demand. The unexpected nature of the move, and partial take-up by the Mittal family, are less reassuring.

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