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World Point Terminals LP -- USA Stock  

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World Point Terminals going private, some shareholders object
St. Louis Business Journal - Jul 4, 2017 Tony Novelly World Point Terminals is being bought out by its largest shareholder and taken private. The petroleum terminal operator now faces claims that the sale process was unfair to stockholders and undervalued the company.

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This article from published on 03 of July contributed to the next trading period closing price depreciation.The trading price change to the next next day price was 0.06% . The trading price change when the story was published to current price is 0.17% .

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