Stolt mulls rights issue

Beacham, Will
January 2004
European Chemical News;1/26/2004, Vol. 80 Issue 2084, p7
Trade Publication
Deals with the rights issue and asset sales negotiated by Stolt-Nielsen SA as part of its financial restructuring, as of January 2004. Estimate on the value of the rights issue; Interest of investors in the chemical tankers of the company; Extension granted for the waivers of loan covenant defaults deadline that Stolt should accomplish.


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