Here’s why Linde shares have dropped so much this week but why we still like it long term

A liquid hydrogen tanker truck taking a fuel delivery at the Linde hydrogen plant in Leuna, Germany, on Tuesday, July 14, 2020.
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It’s been a tough start to 2023 for shareholders of Linde (LIN).

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