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Not so lowball now

Sky TV slump brings shares back to level of Zero Commission's unsolicited offer.

Tim Hunter
Mon, 09 May 2016

The plunge in Sky TV’s [NZX: SKT] share price has brought it within a few cents of a so-called “lowball” offer from investment firm Zero Commission, run by retired sharebroker Phil Briggs.

On April 22 Sky TV warned shareholders to be careful of an unsolicited offer from Zero Commission of $4.57 a

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Tim Hunter
Mon, 09 May 2016
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