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Face value delisting wake-up call! The price of 5 shares is already below the face value of 1 yuan, and the stock camp has expanded greatly (list)
The face value delisting alarm is sounding again! According to the data, as of the close of trading on April 21, the closing prices of four stocks including *ST Oppo, *ST Gangtai, *ST Pegasus, and Tianguang Zhongmao were below face value. Among them, Tianguang Zhongmao, which had the highest number of “low side” days, had 9 days left until the 20-day delisting red line. However, the number of “low” days for the 3 stocks such as*ST Oppo, *ST Gangtai, and *ST Pegasus was 4 days, 6 days, and 3 days, respectively. In terms of B-shares, Dongfeng B is also facing a “risk of retreating.” The company issued “the first risk-alerting announcement that the listing may be terminated” this evening. The announcement stated that Dongfeng B shares
Anhui Securities Regulatory Bureau issued the first ticket for delisting in the new year, and the third share of Huaxin International "accepted the order".
On the evening of February 18, the Anhui Securities Regulatory Bureau issued the first administrative penalty decision in 2020, ordering corrections, warnings and fines of 600000 yuan for Huaxin International, the third share delisted, and Shanghai Huaxin, the controlling shareholder. According to the contents of the decision, Huaxin International mainly fails to disclose related transactions and external guarantee matters in accordance with the regulations, and falsely increases business income and profits through fictitious business; the controlling shareholder, Shanghai Huaxin, commands, arranges and participates in fictitious business, resulting in false records and major omissions in the annual report. First of all, in 2015-2017, Huaxin International and
On the death of the “immortal bird”
When fall and winter alternate, many A-shares are nude swimmers after low tide. Companies struggling close to face value almost all wear “*ST” hats. I've heard that Huaye Capital, known as the “immortal bird” of A-shares, will finally “die”. After 20 consecutive days of falling below face value, it hit the delisting criteria. Just heard, I haven't seen it in person. However, I have seen Huaye come back and forth over and over again. When the stock price sank to its face value for some time, it struggled to surface, take a breath of air, and continue its life. I've also seen the earth-making effect; I don't think it's worth envying. However, among the companies whose A-shares are subject to face value delisting, they can make the most trouble
Niu Shan Zhong Xinghua solicits shareholder agency rights to restructure*ST Jiuyou's board of directors
After a continuous sharp decline last week, *ST Jiuyou (600462) closed with a stock price of only 1.12 yuan last Friday, with a market capitalization of only 598 million yuan. The risk of delisting is increasing. The well-known Niu Shan Zhong Xinghua said in an exclusive interview with the Securities Times · e Company reporter on November 3 that he wanted to solicit agency rights from minority shareholders. The purpose was to stop *ST Jiu's infighting and restructure the board of directors to prevent *ST Jiu from delisting. Soliciting the delisting crisis currently faced by ST9 comes from two aspects. One is infighting between the current management and the subsidiary Runtai Supply Chain. Runtai Supply Chain once accounted for 82% of the listed company's business because it didn't cooperate with the meeting last year
Huaxin Withdrawal (002018.SZ): Will be delisted from the Shenzhen Stock Exchange tomorrow
Gelonghui, October 31, 丨 Huaxin Refund (002018.SZ) announced that the company's shares entered the delisting period on September 12, 2019. As of October 31, 2019, 30 trading days had passed, and the delisting period was over. The listing of the company's stock has been terminated by the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and will be delisted from the Shenzhen Stock Exchange on November 1, 2019.
Huaxin will be delisted by Shenzhen Stock Exchange on November 1, 2019.
Tencent Securities on October 31, Huaxin announced that the delisting period has ended and will be delisted by the Shenzhen Stock Exchange on November 1, 2019.
Huaxin Refund: October 31 is expected to be the last trading day
According to the Securities Times e-Company, Huaxin Refund (002018) announced on the evening of October 30 that the Shenzhen Stock Exchange had previously decided to terminate the listing of the company's shares, and that the company's shares will be delisted after 30 trading days during the delisting period. The final trading date is expected to be October 31. Huaxin refunded a 30-day refund of 0.24 yuan.
Huaxin retreat: the last trading day is expected to be October 31
Securities Times e Company News, Huaxin retreat (002018) announced on the evening of October 28th that the Shenzhen Stock Exchange had decided to terminate the listing of the company's shares, and the company's shares had entered the delisting period since September 12. the final trading date is expected to be October 31st.
There was a flash crash at the end of yesterday, and today's market opened and stopped rising and falling! Why is the stock price of the Haiqi Group on a roller coaster?
Sales orders of 2,349 lots, totaling 1,4071 million yuan, brought the collective bidding period of the Haiqi Group (603069) Group (603069) to a halt at the end of yesterday's session. At a time when market doubts were whether “Oolong pointed out” that there was no operation or a major problem with the company, the next day, October 25, the Haiqi Group stopped trading. As of the press release report, it was 6.59 yuan, with a turnover rate of 0.53%, and the latest market capitalization of 2,082 billion yuan. As institutional capital continues to move closer to “core assets” in recent years, stocks similar to those of the Haiqi Group that have run out of liquidity will continue to increase. Stock prices have experienced a roller coaster, and Haiqi Group is the largest passenger transport company in Hainan
Face value delisted stocks*ST Inji entered the delisting period on the 18th
The first film and television media stock, which once had a market capitalization of 40 billion yuan, has now officially lost to Maicheng. On October 10, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange issued an announcement on the termination of the listing of*ST Inji shares: From August 15 to September 11, the daily closing price of *ST Inji stock for 20 consecutive trading days was less than 1 yuan of the stock's face value. According to regulations and the audit opinion of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange Listing Committee, it was decided on October 10 to terminate the listing of the company's shares, and the delisting period began on October 18, 2019. The delisting period is 30 trading days. On the next trading day after the delisting period expires, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange delisted the company's shares
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