Silverjet suspended trading of its shares on the London Stock Exchange's AIM market Friday owing to concerns about its working capital reserves. The Luton-based all-business-class carrier said it had not yet received a $5 million drawdown from a planned loan agreed by UAE investment group Viceroy Holdings and reiterated its April 30 statement that its "working capital reserves are limited" and it needs the funds "as a matter of urgency." It recently announced an agreement with Viceroy for an ...

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