Golden Heaven Group Holdings Ltd.

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On November 13, 2023, during trading hours, Hindenburg Research shared a series of tweets on (previously known as Twitter) titled “NEW FROM US: We Are Short Golden Heaven Group, Another Classic ‘China Hustle.’” Hindenburg pointed out that Golden Heaven claims to run six venues in Southern China, including amusement and water parks, noting a suspicious stock price increase since its IPO in April 2023. Hindenburg suggested that several of Golden Heaven’s amusement parks are either non-operational or in disrepair, a fact the company has either not disclosed or delayed disclosing. Following these revelations, Golden Heaven’s stock price plummeted by $6.63 per share, or about 27.92%, ending the day at $17.12 from a previous $23.75.

The filed lawsuit contends that during the stated period, the Defendants engaged in misleading or false statements, along with omissions, including that: (i) the condition of Golden Heaven’s amusement parks was generally poor; (ii) Golden Heaven had significantly exaggerated its amusement parks’ visitor numbers and its growth outlook; and (iii) hence, the Defendants’ assertions regarding its business operations and future prospects were materially deceptive and/or lacked a solid basis at all crucial times.