** Shares in Prosus are down 2.4% after South
Africa’s Naspers says it sold around 1.5 billion euros
worth of shares in the Dutch-based technology group
** Naspers, which is the majority shareholder in Prosus,
intends to use the proceeds to buy back its own shares over time
** It is not the Prosus-level buyback bulls had expected,
Jefferies notes, saying it may raise expectations that Naspers
will sell down more Prosus over time
** Prosus is one of the worst performers of the Amsterdam
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