The “man who broke the Bank of England” is investing in the impending float of Nine Entertainment Co, according to a report.
George Soros is said to have taken a stake through his New York-based investment firm, according to The Australian.
Nine lists tomorrow and is expected to be worth around $2 billion with shares at an issue price of $2.05.
Soros is most famous for shorting the British pound in 1992, and more recently for taking a multi-million dollar profit betting the Australian dollar would fall after a rates decision.
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