Darktrace shares continue to fall as investor lock-up period comes close to an end

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Darktrace shares continue to fall as investor lock-up approaches end
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Darktrace shares continue to fall as investor lock-up approaches end

The firm's shares plunged as much as 27 per cent last week after an analyst note the firm was worth only half its last closing value of £6.6 billion

Cambridge-based cybersecurity firm Darktrace has suffered a second share crash in just over a week, as the end of an investor lock-up period approached. On Monday, the artificial intelligence-focused...

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